Kennesaw is located in Cobb County, Georgia and is a vital part of greater metropolitan Atlanta. In 2007, Kennesaw was named was named by Family Circle magazine one of the “10 best cities for families,” and its economic health has been relatively good. The median income for a household in the city was $60,404 in 2000, with that of a family being even higher at $67,778. Kennesaw has not been immune to the recent economic downturn however, and 12.5% of the city’s residents over the age of 65 live below the poverty line. Like the state of Georgia as a whole—whose rate of bankruptcy filings was the second highest in the nation in 2011—Kennesaw has seen an upswing of bankruptcy filings in recent years.
If you’re considering filing for Chapter 7 or 13, a Kennesaw bankruptcy lawyer can assist you in navigating the federal bankruptcy laws that are available to help you protect your financial future. Bankruptcy can give you a fresh start, eliminating most forms of unsecured debt, such as debt from credit cards, medical bills, and personal loans. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can also allow you to keep your property and stop creditor harassment. Once you have retained our services, a Kennesaw bankruptcy lawyer will usually provide you with a phone number so that you can refer your creditors directly to your legal counsel. Chapter 7 can also be used to immediately stop garnishment of your wages, lower your car payment, and end any license suspension resulting from insurance non-payment. A Kennesaw bankruptcy lawyer can help to determine which form of filing is right for you.