Chapter 13 Bankruptcy has long been a road to financial relief for wage earners who have gotten in over their heads with debt.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Following changes to local bankruptcy law for the Eastern District of Missouri, encompassing St. Louis and surrounding counties, St. Louis bankruptcy lawyer, Charles H. Huber, a longstanding law office in St. Ann, is readying to offer clients expert advice on St. Louis bankruptcy help. After receiving word of the changes to the Chapter 13 Plan on April 18, 2014, Huber pulled his team together to discuss how they would prepare for the law's revisions, which go into effect on May 1.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy has long been a road to financial relief for wage earners who have gotten in over their heads with debt. Under Chapter 13 protections, debtors are expected to repay their creditors, a feat, which is made doable by debt consolidation. The protections are not extended to business owners or corporations. The recent changes to the Chapter 13 Plan reform the way tax refunds are dealt with for people currently working to repay their debt under the Chapter 13 umbrella. The changes detail how much the indebted are allowed to keep of their tax refund while they are in the plan.
Bankruptcy attorney, Charles Huber has been a well-respected, reliable source of legal information and representation for over 30 years. By studying all of the changes to the Chapter 13 Plan, Mr. Huber and his team will continue to offer clients reputable services. The entire law team is confident that they will have a complete grasp of the changes by the time the law goes into effect on May 1. They will be able to answer any and all questions their clients might have with confidence, ensuring that all in need of legal help will find the guidance they're looking for.
About the Law Offices of Charles H. Huber:
Charles H. Huber has been practicing law for 33 years with his current firm, which consists of Charles Huber and his assistant. Huber services roughly 50 cases a month, ranging from bankruptcy to traffic law.
Learn more at http://charleshuberlaw.com