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Daytona Beach Bankruptcy Attorneys - Daytona Bankruptcy Lawyers

Nobody ever thinks that bankruptcy is an option for them. They believe it is only for the poor, undisciplined, and disorganized. In reality, for over the past three years, more and more educated, degreed, and advanced degreed professionals have been filing for bankruptcy due to the hardships in the overall economy.

There are several reasons individuals or couples file for bankruptcy. The most common are divorce, unforeseen medical bills, job loss, and hour/wage reduction. Other reasons include increasing and overwhelming credit card debt, foreclosure, business failure, or loss of equity in their primary residences and/or investment properties.

Regardless of the reason for your financial hardship, you need an experienced bankruptcy attorney licensed to practice law in Florida and appear in Federal Bankruptcy Court on your behalf, whether you are an individual filing an individual bankruptcy, a couple filing a joint bankruptcy, or a business filing a business bankruptcy. At Mara & Mara we have the right Daytona Beach Bankruptcy attorneys for you and your case.

Our Daytona Beach Bankruptcy attorneys file bankruptcies in both the Jacksonville Division and Orlando Division. The Jacksonville Division encompasses the following Florida counties: Baker, Bradford, Citrus, Clay, Columbia, Duval, Flagler, Hamilton, Marion, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, and Volusia. The Orlando Division encompasses the following Florida counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole.

Here at Mara & Mara, our Daytona Beach Bankruptcy attorneys can help you. If you, your business, or you and your spouse are looking to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, also known as the liquidation chapter of the Bankruptcy Code, call us for a free consultation. Or if you are interested in saving your house from foreclosure, preventing repossession of your car, truck, or boat, stopping a garnishment of your wages, or halting the sale or auction of your house due to a tax deed or tax certificate, we can file a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, also known as the repayment chapter of the Bankruptcy Code. Even if you have a complex individual or business case, we can file a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, also known as the reorganization chapter of the Bankruptcy Code. Whatever your needs, consult with a Daytona Beach Bankruptcy attorney at Mara & Mara for an honest evaluation of your unique situation.

The different types of bankruptcies our Daytona Beach Bankruptcy lawyers can assist in are:

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