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Richard M. Rawdon, Jr. Attorney at Law
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Are You Having Financial Issues?

Seeking Suitable Resolutions With Care

Your needs are the number 1 priority. Mr. Rawdon understands that overwhelming debt can threaten your family and financial security. He understands what is at stake, and wants to help you keep your home and financial security.

Protect your Rights And Property During Chapter 7 And Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

You may be eligible to file for either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Chapter 7

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a portion of your property may be sold to pay off your debts. Not all of your property will be sold; you may be allowed to keep property that is classified as exempt under the bankruptcy law. These assets may include work tools, household furnishings, cars, clothes and your retirement account(s). You may even be entitled to keep your home, if you continue to make all the payments on it.

You will no longer owe most of your debts like credit cards, medical bills and unsecured loans. You will still owe child support, spousal maintenance, student loans and taxes.

Chapter 13

In Chapter 13, you make payments to the bankruptcy trustee who then pays your creditors. You make your payments for up to five years. After your payments are completed, the remainder of your eligible debt is eliminated.

Assisting You In Your Time Of Need

Waiting to take action may cost you. If you are having financial issues, you will want a trusted advocate on your side. At Rawdon Law Office, you will receive tentative, personalized attention that you deserve. Contact Mr. Rawdon today. Call 502-316-6509, or visit his office in the heart of Georgetown, Kentucky. Richard M. Rawdon, Jr. Attorney at Law is ready to help you.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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