Are you wrestling with debt and considering bankruptcy? Filing for bankruptcy is a complicated court procedure, and it is not necessarily your best choice for dealing with skyrocketing debt. In Highland Park or elsewhere in Texas, before you take any legal action regarding bankruptcy or alternatives to bankruptcy, discuss your circumstances and options with experienced Highland Park bankruptcy attorney Richard Weaver. When you file for bankruptcy in Texas, the bankruptcy court issues an automatic stay upon approval of your bankruptcy petition, meaning that creditors and collectors must halt all collection efforts and harassment. You’ll have breathing space to resolve your debt issues, and in several years you can start rebuilding your credit and finances. Let us help you make a fresh start.
HOW WE HELP
Richard Weaver represents and provides bankruptcy advice to clients in the Highland Park community and throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth region. We’ve been doing it for nearly thirty years. If your debts are becoming insurmountable, if you are at risk for foreclosure or repossession, or if a creditor is suing you, let an experienced Texas bankruptcy lawyer explain the bankruptcy law, help you file for bankruptcy, and counsel you about reestablishing your finances after bankruptcy. If bankruptcy genuinely is not in your own best interests, we will help you explore your alternatives.
GET OUT OF DEBT WITH A FRESH START
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharges your unsecured debts, if you meet the eligibility requirements. If you don’t, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy restructures your debts and payments so that in three to five years, you’re out of debt with a fresh start. Is bankruptcy right for you? You can’t know until a bankruptcy lawyer reviews your personal situation. Do what it takes to resolve your debts and move forward with your life. Call (214) 814-4400 right away and arrange to meet with experienced Highland Park bankruptcy attorney Richard Weaver.