Filing bankruptcy often involves emotions of fear, shame or guilt. That does not mean filing bankruptcy is not right. Often, bankruptcy is the only way to get your life back on track. There is no need to feel ashamed for signing up for bankruptcy. Life can be hard. Death, job loss, disability, divorce everyone has events happen to them. But you and your family deserve a second chance. Bankruptcy allows you to bounce back without losing property you can afford and need.
Filing Bankruptcy will be a new beginning. Bankruptcy is a chance to put your finances back in order with a new budget. You get a piece of mind. The problem didn’t happen overnight. Your problems won’t be cured overnight. It will take work and time. But if you spend 8 – 10 hours we can prepare and file a quality petition which will put you on the path to recovery. When it is over, you will be living your life with an affordable budget.
Bankruptcy made simple
Bankruptcy is not a complicated process. There are four simple, and effective steps to filing bankruptcy:
- Gather your documents
- Fill out an intake
- Take your counseling
- Schedule an appointment to prepare your bankruptcy properly.
Each step will take about 2 hours. Doing it rushed and cheap often means:
- you do it twice,
- you don’t get all the benefits you could have,
- or you lose property.
I know you are probably feeling overwhelmed and praying for a miracle. We are here to give you a new fresh start, save homes, give you back your life, dignity, and peace of mind. My initial consultation is free. I have been doing bankruptcy and foreclosure defense work for nearly 30 years. You will leave my office knowing whether bankruptcy is right for you and exactly what to do. You won’t meet with a paralegal or young attorney just out of school to prepare your bankruptcy. I personally meet with every client and prepare every petition. 100% of our Chapter 7 petitions for the last three years were successful and discharged. Other attorneys often refused to file some of the high-income individuals as Chapter 7 cases, but we got them approved.