Naples Bankruptcy Attorney

Naples Bankruptcy Attorney

Helping Consumers Break Free From Debt

The Dellutri Law Group, PA is an award-winning trial practice with a reputation for helping consumers across Southwest Florida break free from debt and financial instability.

Whether you’re an individual in need of relief or a business owner struggling to get by, we can help. We represent clients in a range of bankruptcy matters and are trusted across the region to provide personalized guidance and counsel when it matters most.

Call (800) 391-4337 or contact us onlineto discuss your bankruptcy and debt relief options. Our Naples bankruptcy lawyers serve clients across Collier County and beyond.

Full-Service Bankruptcy Representation

Bankruptcy can be a complex and daunting process, but it also offers a fresh start for folks and families facing overwhelming debt. At The Dellutri Law Group, PA, we provide full-service support to help you understand your options and guide you through every step of the process.

Our services include:

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Often referred to as "liquidation bankruptcy," Chapter 7 allows individuals to discharge most of their unsecured debts, such as credit card bills and medical expenses. This process typically involves selling non-exempt assets, if any exist, to pay off creditors.
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Known as "reorganization bankruptcy," Chapter 13 enables individuals with regular income to create a repayment plan to pay off all or part of their debts over three to five years while keeping their assets.
  • Debt Defense: We provide legal defense against creditor lawsuits, helping you to challenge any unjust claims and protect your rights.
  • Foreclosure Defense: If you are facing foreclosure, we can help you explore options to save your home, including loan modifications, short sales, and defending against wrongful foreclosure actions.
  • Consumer Protection: We help clients who’ve faced predatory lending practices, creditor harassment, and violations of consumer protection laws.

Is Bankruptcy Right for Me?

Deciding whether to file for bankruptcy is a significant decision that depends on your unique financial situation. Here are some factors to consider:

  • Debt Amount: Evaluate the total amount of your debt and your ability to repay it.
  • Income: Consider your current and future income and whether it can cover your living expenses and debt repayments.
  • Assets: Assess your assets and determine which ones may be protected under bankruptcy exemptions.
  • Financial Goals: Think about your long-term financial goals and how bankruptcy might help you achieve them.

Bankruptcy may be a suitable option if you are struggling to make ends meet, facing foreclosure, dealing with wage garnishments, or unable to pay your debts despite your best efforts. Our Naples bankruptcy lawyers can help you assess your situation and determine the best course of action.

How Our Naples Bankruptcy Lawyers Can Help

The Dellutri Law Group, PA has cultivated a reputation for providing caring and competent bankruptcy counsel to business owners, families, and folks from all walks of life. We know that bankruptcy is an unfamiliar legal process and that clients depend on us for guidance and support, which is why we offer comprehensive support throughout every case.

If you’re searching for an attorney, here’s how we can help:

  1. Initial Consultation: We'll start with a thorough evaluation of your financial situation to determine if bankruptcy is the right option for you.
  2. Customized Strategy: Based on your unique circumstances, we'll develop a personalized plan to address your debts and achieve your financial goals.
  3. Filing the Petition: We'll assist you in preparing and filing the necessary bankruptcy paperwork accurately and promptly.
  4. Court Representation: We'll prepare you for and represent you at all court hearings and negotiations with creditors, ensuring your rights are protected.
  5. Post-Bankruptcy Guidance: After your bankruptcy is complete, we'll provide advice and resources to help you rebuild your credit and secure a stable financial future.

Naples Bankruptcy FAQ

What Is the Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy involves the liquidation of non-exempt assets to pay off creditors, resulting in the discharge of most unsecured debts. It's typically suited for individuals with limited income and assets.
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy allows individuals with a regular income to create a repayment plan to pay off debts over three to five years, keeping their assets. It's ideal for those who have significant assets they want to keep or who can afford a repayment plan.

Should I File Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

The decision between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 depends on several factors, including your income, assets, and financial goals. Chapter 7 may be the best option if you have little disposable income and primarily unsecured debts. Chapter 13 could be more appropriate if you have a steady income, valuable assets you want to protect, or need time to catch up on missed payments (e.g., mortgage or car loan).

How Will Bankruptcy Affect My Credit Score?

Bankruptcy will have a negative impact on your credit score, and it will remain on your credit report for seven to ten years. However, it can also provide a fresh start, allowing you to rebuild your credit over time. Many people find that their credit score begins to improve shortly after their bankruptcy case is resolved.

Can I Keep My Home and Car if I File for Bankruptcy?

In many cases, you can keep your home and car during bankruptcy, especially if you file for Chapter 13 and continue making your payments under the repayment plan. In Chapter 7, you may be able to keep these assets if they are exempt under state or federal exemption laws.

What Debts Can Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

Most unsecured debts, such as credit card debt, medical bills, and personal loans, can be discharged in bankruptcy. However, some debts, like student loans, child support, alimony, and certain tax debts, are typically not dischargeable.

How Long Does the Bankruptcy Process Take in Naples, Fl?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy usually takes about three to six months from filing to discharge. Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves a repayment plan that lasts three to five years, with the discharge occurring after the completion of the plan.

Ready to Explore Your Debt Relief Options? Call (800) 391-4337

There’s no better time than now to gain control of your financial future. At The Dellutri Law Group, PA, our Naples bankruptcy attorneys are readily available to help you navigate the journey ahead. During an initial consultation, we can take a close and careful look at your financial issues, explore potential options for debt relief, and discuss what we can do to help you step by step.

To request a consultation with our Naples bankruptcy team, call (800) 391-4337 or complete an online form.

The Dellutri Difference

  • Experience & Passion on Your Side

    Our dedicated team of lawyers, paralegals, assistants, & staff have been fighting on behalf of our clients since 1998.

  • A Culture of Philanthropy

    In order to give back to our community, each employee at our firm is granted the opportunity to sponsor a charitable cause of their choosing.

  • Communication You Can Count On

    We believe that our clients deserve clear and consistent communication every step of the way, without any unnecessary "legalese."

  • Service Tailored to Your Needs

    We sincerely care about each and every one of our clients and refuse to treat them like a case file to be passed from person to person.

  • A Healthy Firm Culture

    When our employees are happy to come to work, we know that they are capable of overcoming any challenge on behalf of our clients.

  • Free Consultations

    ​Explore your legal options with confidence at Dellutri Law Group, where we offer free consultations.

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Meet Your Attorneys

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    Carmen Dellutri


    If you know Carmen Dellutri, you know he is passionate about a lot of things. He gives back often- to his community, his employees, and his loved ones. Carmen has mentioned time and time again that the reason he became an Attorney, and specifically a Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Attorney, is because he loves to help others.
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    Amanda Downing


    Amanda Downing doesn’t mince words and says what she means when it comes to the opposing side. She has the biggest heart and will fight tooth and nail to bring justice for her clients. “I hate having to go to bat for those victims, because they never should have been put in that situation to begin with. It’s just completely unfair.”
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    David Arens


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