Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy

Should I File Bankruptcy?

If you’ve suffered a financial set-back, you may be enduring mounting debt, harassment from creditors, or even the threat of losing your home, car, or other personal property. Filing for bankruptcy can bring peace of mind and allow you to pursue a fresh start. Once a bankruptcy petition is filed, creditors will no longer be allowed to contact you and collection activities must stop, including garnishment of wages, foreclosures, debt collection lawsuits, repossessions, or bank account holds. You will often be able to keep your home and other assets. With renewed confidence you can look forward to a promising future once again.

Nearly 20 years’ experience representing thousands of clients—both creditors and debtors—has given me a thorough knowledge of both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy laws. I will guide you through your options to determine which form of bankruptcy is right for you, what assets you will be able to keep, and the best pathways you can take to begin rebuilding your credit.

My clients receive personalized advice and honest, professional representation without judgment or pressure. I keep my costs and overhead very low and I pass that savings onto my clients.  Contact me today to set up a free consultation.

In addition to providing other legal services, I am a designated debt relief agency under federal law and provide legal assistance to consumers under the Bankruptcy Code.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

*Information provided in the links from this FAQ section is intended to help you understand and prepare for some of the more common issues encountered in bankruptcy law. Please be advised that bankruptcy cases can be complex and multifaceted. The information here should not be construed as legal advice in your particular case.

 

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