Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer

If you are looking for a Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyer – we can help.  The Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyers at Krupp Law Offices PC can answer all of your chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 13 bankruptcy, and business bankruptcy questions.  Facing financial problems are always difficult. We offer a free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer for immediate answers to your bankruptcy questions.  Our lawyers have over 85 years of combine bankruptcy experience in chapter 7, chapter 13, and business bankruptcy.  Best of all, if you are looking for a “bankruptcy attorney near me” – we can help.  We are a local Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyers who help people throughout West Michigan.  If you are facing financial problems, an experienced  bankruptcy lawyer is a requirement! Our Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyers can answer your questions about bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy options.  We offer reasonable bankruptcy attorney fees. Having the right lawyer on your side can relieve your stress during your difficult financial times.

What Can a Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer at Krupp Law do for You?

Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer

How Much Does a Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer Cost?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 13 bankruptcy, and business bankruptcies all have different costs because they each require a different amount of work and complexity. The typical cost of a chapter 7 bankruptcy is 1,350.00 (which includes the filing fee). Fees can vary on the complexity of your case. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is typical 3,200.00 with a small amount as a down payment and the balance paid through the plan. Business bankruptcy can very depending on the complexity and your goals in the case. We can provide you with superior bankruptcy representation at reasonable fees. We represent you from start to finish and quote you exact bankruptcy attorney fees. Some lawyers bait you with a low bankruptcy attorney fees and either do little or nothing for you. You also need to be careful of “ADD ONs” and the fees double. Some will not tell you about the filing fee so that the attorney fees seem lower.

What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a true fresh start. Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides for a discharge of your unsecured debt such as credit cards, medical bills, utility bills, lawsuits, and repossessed cars. You can keep your car and home and continue to make payments as normal.  You pay nothing to the trustee in a chapter 7 bankruptcy. You also keep your tax refunds. The typical cost is 1,350.00 (which includes the filing fee). Fees can vary on the complexity of your case. The process is about 90 days total and requires one appearance at the trustee’s office. You qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if you are below the means testing or your debt is primarily not consumer debt. The Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyers at Krupp law can explain chapter 7 bankruptcy to you as an option to eliminate your debt once and for all. More chapter 7 bankruptcy information.

What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy reduces your debt to what you can pay, not what you owe. The bankruptcy court sets up a chapter 13 bankruptcy plan.  During your chapter 13 plan you will make payments that you can afford to the trustee for a period of 36 to 60 months. You will also pay your tax refunds to the trustee during your plan.  The theory of a chapter 13 is that you will pay your extra disposable income to your creditors – not what you owe. A chapter 13 plan can be used to save a home in foreclosure and make your car payment current. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Information. The Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyers at Krupp law can explain chapter 13 bankruptcy to you as an option to eliminate your debt once and for all. More chapter 13 bankruptcy information.

What are Business Bankruptcy Options?

If you own a small business that is having financial problems, there are different options. The first option would be closing your current business and filing chapter 7 bankruptcy. You can then start a new business that is clear from debt with a fresh start. The second option would be to file a chapter 13 bankruptcy which would encompass you small business. You would make payments to your creditors based on your ability to pay, not how much you owe. The last option would be a small business chapter 11 bankruptcy which would be similar to a chapter 13 bankruptcy. Bottom-line, if you own a small business that is in trouble, there are options.

How Do I Get My Bankruptcy Started?

Getting started on your bankruptcy is easy. Just call our office. You can speak with a local Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer at Krupp Law for FREE. We will answer all your questions. We will also schedule an appointment to meet in our office. If you are out-of-state or can not get away from work, we will do a phone interview. We are here to help you.  Krupp Law Offices P.C. serves clients throughout West Michigan, including the counties of Kent, Ottawa, Allegan, Barry, Newaygo, Montcalm, and Ionia.  Call today for a free telephone consultation and speak to a caring lawyer near you who can explain your rights and options under the Bankruptcy Code.

Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer – Grand Rapids MI
161 Ottawa NW Suite 404, Grand Rapids MI 49503

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Different Bankruptcy Options for You

Find Out More About Bankruptcy – Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, or Business Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is what people traditionally think of as bankruptcy. When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you discharge all of your debt and…

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a bankruptcy that is a repayment plan with creditors where you pay a percentage back without interest (as opposed to debt counseling - you pay 100…

Business Bankruptcy

A business bankruptcy is significantly different than a personal bankruptcy. A business bankruptcy can be a chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 13 bankruptcy, or a chapter 11 bankruptcy. Each applies in…

Frequently Asked Questions

We have all the answers to your bankruptcy questions.

Can I keep my home and car and discharge my debt?

Yes, you can keep your home and car and still discharge your unsecured debt in bankruptcy. You will sign a reaffirmation agreement with the creditor and you agree to continue payments and they let you keep the home or car. …

How many times can you file for bankruptcy?

You can file for chapter 7 bankruptcy every 8 years. You can file for chapter 13 bankruptcy as many times as you need to. There are some limitations with chapter 13 filings.

How do I get started with my bankruptcy?

Getting started with your bankruptcy is easy. Just call our office to setup a free consolation and debt analysis with a bankruptcy attorney. The attorney will discuss your options and review costs.

What do I need for my first bankruptcy appointment?

You do not need to bring anything. At the first appointment we will gather your basic information and discuss your options for free. We will review chapter 7 and chapter 13 and how it would eliminate your debts. We will…

What debts are discharged in bankruptcy?

Typically all unsecured debts are discharged in bankruptcy. All medical bills, credit cards, repossessed cars, to name a few. There is some unsecured debt that is typically not dischargeable. They include student loans, taxes, and debts from intentional acts. If…

What is the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Process?

The chapter 13 bankruptcy process is similar to a chapter 7 bankruptcy. First, you schedule an appointment in person or by phone with our office. It takes about 1 hour to get all the information and review the process with…


What past and present clients are saying about Krupp Law Offices PC

Spoke with Chris Krupp on the phone for 25 minutes and was blessed with a wealth of knowledge that he didn’t have to give me. Much appreciated, highly recommend. Thanks chris

Meet the Team

Krupp Law Offices has over 85 years of combine experience working for you.

George Krupp Grand rapids Attorney

George Krupp was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was admitted to practice law in 1961 and started practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1962 in the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office. He has been in private practice over 50 years and has represented thousands of clients. George Krupp has a passion for zealously representing clients and truly wanting the absolute best result. He is available for a free phone consultation where he can discuss your options and full explain attorney fees in your case.

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Christian G Krupp II Attorney

Christian G Krupp II was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Chris attended Michigan State University and graduated in 1988. He attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he was a member of law review and one of the few students that had his law review article published. Christian Krupp graduated from law school with honors in the top ten percent of his class. His legal career started and Dykema Gossett, Michigan’s largest law firm. While at Dykema, he was involved in a diverse practice groups including the corporate, finance, and legislative areas. After leaving Dykema, Christian Krupp joined the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office. While at the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office, Christian Krupp gained valuable trial experience. He prosecuted many major felonies including Criminal Sexual Conduct, Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine, and numerous misdemeanors including drunk driving. After leaving the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office, Christian Krupp joined his parents’ practice and formed Krupp law Offices PC in 1992. Christian Krupp has extensive chapter 7, chapter 13, and business bankruptcy experience throughout Western Michigan. He has handled thousands of legal matters for clients and represents a number of small businesses.

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