Can I File Again In Kentucky?

Nobody plans on filing for bankruptcy a second time. However, debts can pile up fast when you have encountered a medical catastrophe or lost a job. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy a second time, our attorneys at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, in Shelbyville and Frankfort, Kentucky, can help you understand when to file.

Our Lawyers Can Help You With A Second Bankruptcy

A common misconception is that you have to wait eight years before you can file for bankruptcy again. The truth is, you do not have to wait eight years to file for bankruptcy protection a second time.

While you do have to wait eight years between Chapter 7 filings, you may have the option of filing for Chapter 13. For example, many people file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to eliminate their unsecured debts, and then file Chapter 13 to save their house. You may be able to file for Chapter 13 within a year of filing for Chapter 7.

Our lawyers can help you determine whether or not you can file for bankruptcy a second time. They understand that filing for bankruptcy a second time is not something most people want to do. However, if it is the best solution to your financial problems, we can guide you through it a second time.

We Will Take The Time To Answer All Of Your Questions

Schedule a consultation with our attorneys at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, today to discuss filing for bankruptcy a second time. Call our office in Shelbyville at 502-257-5417 or Frankfort at 502-257-5417, or you can send an email.