Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyers Serving Arlington And Neighboring Communities
Deciding whether to file bankruptcy is difficult. You probably have many questions — yet you do not know who to talk to or where to turn for help. Overwhelming debt can take its toll on your family, your health and your job. In many families, excessive medical bills are the major reason for filing.
There Is Help And Hope For A Bright Future And A New Start
Filing for bankruptcy under what is known as Chapter 7 provides for the complete discharge, or elimination, of many debts. We are empathetic listeners and strong advocates for our clients going through a bankruptcy. Call us at 800-958-4948 to arrange a free consultation.
One of the most common concerns people have is whether they will lose their family home in bankruptcy. People are also worried about money they have saved for retirement. Our experienced attorneys will explain your options after learning about your situation.
Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help with debt from:
- Medical bills
- Credit cards
- Personal loans
For the most part, federal law governs bankruptcy. Individual states sometimes limit the types of debts that can be discharged or “forgiven” by bankruptcy, such as student loan debt or certain taxes. Chapter 7 refers to one of several bankruptcy procedures available to individuals and businesses under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
We Can Help With Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Debt Liquidation
To understand if Chapter 7 bankruptcy is appropriate for your situation, contact our experienced bankruptcy lawyers, Brandy Austin, for guidance. We offer a free consultation and can help you through the process, from start to finish. Bankruptcy will give you a new start in your life and allow you to move forward without the financial stress you have been living with. You are not alone.
Call us at 800-958-4948 or complete our online form. We can help you through Chapter 7 bankruptcy, including the Burleson and Arlington, Texas, areas.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.