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Madrid, February 20, 2023.
The exonerated was left without a job and was unable to assume the loans that he had previously assumed
The Court of First Instance No. 33 of Madrid has issued a Benefit of Exemption for Unsatisfied Liabilities (BEPI) in the case of a married couple in Madrid who have been exonerated from a debt of 122,661 euros. The case has been processed by Repara tu Deuda Abogados, the leading law firm in Spain in the Second Chance Law. SEE JUDGMENTAccording to the lawyers of Repair your Debt, "he was a solicitor for someone else. During the COVID-19 pandemic he lost his job. At that time, he already had loans to pay. They tried to put up with the situation for a few months but each time It made it more difficult for them." Since they could not face the debt they had contracted, they went to the office in search of a solution. The Second Chance Law was approved by the Spanish Parliament in 2015. It is true that many individuals and self-employed people are still unaware of the existence of this tool that allows them to cancel the debts they have contracted and which they cannot afford. However, as a result of the multiplication of cases that occur throughout Spain, more and more people have discovered the way out of their problems. At this time, more than 20,000 individuals and freelancers have put their record of over-indebtedness in the hands of the firm. of lawyers to start a new life, be able to reactivate the economy and get out of the situation of anguish in which they find themselves. The total amount paid to their clients, who come from all the autonomous communities of Spain, currently exceeds 120 million euro. This makes them a leader in this market for exoneration of debts for individuals and the self-employed. In addition, since its origins in September 2015, it has been exclusively dedicated to the application of the Second Chance Law. Bertín Osborne, the new image of Repara tu Deuda Abogados, collaborates with the law firm so that this legislation is increasingly known among the people who can benefit from this tool. "Our idea - explain the firm's lawyers - is that none of the potential beneficiaries of this mechanism is left without knowing that there is a real solution to their situation of over-indebtedness." To benefit from the Second Chance Law, it is necessary to comply with a series of requirements. In general, it is essential that the amount of the debt does not exceed 5 million euros in any case, that the bankrupt always acts in good faith, providing all the required documentation and that he has not been convicted of socioeconomic crimes in the last ten years.
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