Chapter 7 is the most common type of bankruptcy filed and it offers several advantages over the 3 to 5 year payment plans of Chapter 13.
I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, the 3rd of six children. We grew up in the meat packing district of South Omaha. I graduated from Omaha Central High School 1985.
April Lewis grew up on a small farm near Leigh, Nebraska. As a child, she learned the value of hard work on the farm, an attribute she uses in her practice daily.
I was born in Moab, Utah and graduated from Grand County High School. I earned my bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Sociology. I attended Creighton Law school and graduated in 2004. I have been practicing bankruptcy ever since graduating from law school.
I now live in Omaha with my husband and three girls. If I have a free minute, I love reading science fiction, working on my latest quilt, or knitting a sweater.
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