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Common Concerns & Questions About Bankruptcy

Fresh financial start requires a Texas bankruptcy attorney’s help

On Behalf of | Feb 20, 2015 | Personal Bankruptcy |

Residents of Tyler, Texas, would agree that no person intends to miss payments on the house, car or other items by choice. However, circumstances, such as sudden medical expenses, sudden job loss or a significant cut in salary, may lead to a difficult financial situation and can result in missing payments.

Creditors use various measures to retrieve their money and one of those is threatening phone calls and legal proceedings. Our law firm understands a debtor’s situation and is committed to helping the debtor find ways that can help resolve the person’s financial issues without facing any kind of creditor harassment.

Our lawyers have assisted many people with the process of filing for bankruptcy in order to begin a new financial life. We understand that there is a social stigma attached to having to file bankruptcy and that is one of the reasons why we ensure that our clients’ financial issues are kept confidential. Our aim is to help our clients in the best possible way to achieve a fresh start.

Depending on each individual’s situation, we walk our clients through the available options that are the best fit for that person. We have skilled lawyers and resources to aggressively protect our clients’ interests with each type of bankruptcy filing, whether it is a personal bankruptcy under Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Our attorneys are committed to handling each case diligently and carefully and ensuring that each of our clients’ needs are met. Our attorneys are always ready to address our clients’ concerns and help them understand the entire process.