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Consumer Bankruptcy Representation

Have you received notice of a property or real estate foreclosure? Have you recently received a reduction in pay or job loss which has left you overextended in paying bills? Bankruptcy may be an option you can pursue to get some relief. As a bankruptcy lawyer, I can help determine if this is a viable option for you.

I am attorney Gordon Mosley, and I have more than 20 years of experience helping people throughout Texas with consumer bankruptcy. I and my support staff are committed to answering your questions and helping educate you about bankruptcy options.

Relief With Bankruptcy

I handle consumer bankruptcy issues involving:

  • Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy: Chapter 13 bankruptcy enables consumers to reorganize a portion of debt into a repayment plan. This enables a consumer to protect equity in a home, vehicle or other significant asset.

  • Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy: If you are eligible, you can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and discharge most unsecured debts. You may have to liquidate certain assets.

  • Bankruptcy for small businesses: I assist small businesses, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, closely held companies or family companies determine how to resolve severe financial problems, usually through the business owner’s filing of Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy.

  • Community property and your bankruptcy: Texas is a community property state. I can help answer your questions about filing for bankruptcy with (or without) your spouse, and how bankruptcy affects community property.

  • Getting rid of medical debt with bankruptcy: In most cases, you can discharge medical debts with both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy.

  • Credit cards and bankruptcy: Wondering if you can get rid of credit card debt with bankruptcy? In most cases, you can discharge credit card debt and all other unsecured debts.

  • Getting rid of tax debts with bankruptcy: This is a complex part of bankruptcy, but in some instances you may be able to get rid of federal IRS taxes or state property taxes.

Schedule Your First Meeting — It’s Free Of Charge

Contact my firm to schedule your first appointment by calling 903-266-1843 or by completing an online form. I do not charge for the first consultation. Located in Smith County, my firm handles cases throughout all surrounding Texas areas.

My law office is a debt relief agency and helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.