File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Now with $0 Down

I’m pleased to announce that we have developed a new program that permits our clients to file their Ch. 7 bankruptcy with NO MONEY DOWN. You can pay for your bankruptcy in installments spread out for up to one year, meaning you can put all your debt behind you, and begin to start rebuilding your life!

Please complete and submit your information in the form below to see if you qualify.

You can also call my office (888-886-0020) or send an email to emil@fleysherlaw.com.

Free Consultations are offered at our offices in Plantation, Deerfield Beach, and West Palm Beach.

  • Required if you prefer to be contacted via phone.
  • Required if you prefer to be contacted via email.
  • Bankruptcy law provides you the option of filing with or without your spouse.
  • Your household size includes any family members or dependents that live with you.
  • Check all that apply.
  • Click on the option that best describes the total amount you owe on Credit Cards, Department Store Cards, Cash Advances, Personal Loans, Payday Loans, and Medical Bills.
  • Click on the option that best describes the total amount your spouse owes on Credit Cards, Department Store Cards, Cash Advances, Personal Loans, Payday Loans, and Medical Bills.
  • Click "Yes" if a creditor is taking money out of your paycheck or has a freeze on your bank account.
  • Click "Yes" if you are a named defendant in a pending foreclosure case.

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Any information on this website is not intended to be communicated as legal advice. All information contained on this site is general and intended for information purposes only. For detailed legal advice regarding your loan modification, foreclosure, and/or bankruptcy needs, please schedule an appointment with the attorney. The Law Office of Emil Fleysher, P.A. is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.