Bankruptcy Attorney Directory

Find a lawyer to handle legal cases involving Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in the United States on the Attorney Law Directory.

Experienced in Bankruptcy Law

Most people face some money troubles now and then, but severe financial distress can be a huge and terrible burden. If you are facing wage garnishment, repossession, or are suffering the demoralizing effects of constant creditor harassment, it’s time to get professional legal advice for your situation. Bankruptcy can be a method of wiping the financial slate clean and giving you a fresh start, and as a law office highly experienced in  bankruptcy laws, an attorney can help you make the smart decisions that will get your life back on track.

Looking for Top Bankruptcy Lawyers Near Me?

Bankruptcy isn’t something to be entered into lightly. It can have consequences that are not always pleasant. However, if bankruptcy is right for your situation, it can also bring a great deal of financial and emotional relief while allowing you to get your feet back on the ground and make a fresh start. The worst thing you can do is to ignore your financial problems, hoping that by ignoring them they will somehow disappear. What really happens is that they just get worse the longer you avoid taking control of the situation. By turning to Attorney Rudy McCollum and his team, you can get the information you need to make good decisions about your financial future. Bankruptcy can help you do the following:

  • Stop collection calls
  • Stop wage garnishments
  • Stop foreclosures
  • Stop lawsuits
  • Stop repossessions
  • Get on the road to a fresh start financially
  • Get peace of mind

Know Your Options & Make Smart Choices

Many families get into trouble when unexpected debts overwhelm their budgets. Medical bills and unemployment are two of the most common issues that force people to look to bankruptcy for relief from their financial burdens. Whatever the reasons behind your situation, it’s important to know your options. Even if you aren’t yet in a dire situation but see trouble looming ahead, it’s a good idea to turn to lawyers who know bankruptcy law, are experienced, knowledgeable, and can help you navigate a path that leads to financial peace.

Bankruptcy Attorneys

Bankruptcy is a federal court process designed to help consumers and businesses eliminate their debts or repay them under the protection of the bankruptcy court.

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Freqently Asked Questions

How long does a Bankrupcy Take?

There are various types of bankruptcy, but a bankruptcy can generally take about 100 days from start to finish.

Can I pick and choose the creditors I list when I file for Bankrupcy

No, when you are filling out the worksheets and forms required to file for bankruptcy, you will be required to list all of your creditors, including family members or others whom you plan to pay back in the future. Failure to be completely honest in the filing process can result in your case being rejected outright and may even bring criminal charges. We encourage all of our clients to be as thorough and honest as possible at every stage in the process. Remember, because we are bound by law to keep your information confidential, it’s always in your best interest to disclose everything about your financial situation to your bankruptcy attorney. Only when we completely understand your situation can we help you fully.

When Do I need to Pay the Attorney Fees for Filing Bankrupcy?

We require you to pay your attorney fees in full before we can file, although in some cases, Chapter 13 attorney fees can become part of the regular monthly payment you will make to the bankruptcy trustee. These fees act as a retainer and are based on the amount of time it will require to complete your bankruptcy. If you have overpaid, you will be reimbursed the difference.

 What is a Reatiner

A retainer is an amount of money paid in order to retain the services of legal counsel. This retainer allows us to act as your legal representation and will also allow us to keep your information confidential as needed. Usual retainer fees vary from $300 to $2500, depending on the services you need.