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Being crushed by debt? Our bankruptcy firm may be able to help

| Mar 31, 2017 | Personal Bankruptcy |

Nowadays it seems like everyone is out to make a quick buck. Unfortunately for Texans, this often means that they are unfairly taken advantage of by aggressive business practices. When these individuals struggle to make payments on their debts, creditors might harass them in an attempt to recoup what is owed. For many, the fight to climb out of debt and maintain their life can lead to a cycle of more debt and more hardship. Payday loans may be taken out, predatory car loans sought out, and credit card debt accumulated.

When the debt becomes too much for you to handle, you might want to consider your debt relief options. One way to ease or even eliminate your debt burden is to file for bankruptcy. Although many think negatively about this process, the truth of the matter is that, if carried out correctly, it can give you the fresh financial start you need.

This is why the legal team at the Law Office of Gordon Mosley works with Texans to find ways for them to escape the crushing burden of overwhelming debt. Experienced in all types of bankruptcy filings, our legal professionals help their clients identify their bankruptcy options, which may include Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13, and work with them to ensure that they have the information and evidence needed to successfully file for whichever option best suits their needs.

The logistics of filing for bankruptcy can be maze-like, leaving individuals confused and unsure of their next steps. Our firm navigates this complicated process for our clients, ensuring that no step is missed. After all, we recognize that a seemingly minor mistake could turn into a denied bankruptcy petition. So, those Texans who are seeking to stop repossession, stop foreclosure, obtain more manageable debt payments, and secure a financial future they can live with should consider reaching out for legal help. Our firm’s website contains information about various bankruptcy topics, and can be a good starting point for debtors who want legal information.