If you are drowning in debt and looking for a way to escape your burdens, Boss Law can assist you. We have helped thousands of Americans seek relief from their debts and gain a fresh financial start, including through Coronavirus debt relief.
When dealing with debt, there are many ways you might resolve your outstanding financial burdens. Some of the most common forms of debt relief include:
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 13
- Debt settlement
- Debt consolidation
- Deed in lieu of foreclosure
- Loan modification
- Short sale
At Boss Law, we understand your situation is unique. While bankruptcy might be beneficial for some, it may not be right for you. It is crucial to carefully consider all of your options and figure out which one is best for you. Our debt relief attorneys are here to help you evaluate all the relevant factors of your circumstances, explain your options, and help you make an informed decision about the right path forward.
How Much Does a Debt Relief Lawyer Cost?
At Boss Law, we believe that each client deserves the time and attention necessary for us to learn about their unique needs and create an effective plan of attack on their behalf. We also understand that you are not in a situation that allows you to pay exorbitant legal fees. That is why our initial consultations are always free. From start to finish, you can enjoy the benefits of working directly with a team of attorneys.
Is Bankruptcy Right for Me?
Although bankruptcy may not be the right solution for everyone, it can provide effective debt relief for a majority of individuals.
Bankruptcy may be an effective option if:
- You are behind on credit card bills, medical bills or have large amount of unsecured debt
- You are facing the possibility of foreclosure
- Creditors are constantly contacting you to collect on debt
- Your wages are being garnished
If you are interested in learning more about whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you, or if there are other alternatives to resolving your debts, feel free to contact us for more information.
How Can a Bankruptcy Attorney Help Me?
While you are able to file for bankruptcy without an attorney, it is not recommended for a variety of reasons. Bankruptcy is a legal process that involves complex laws surrounding the types of debts that can discharged, exemptions, your rights dealing with creditors, and more. An attorney understands the law, and can help you minimize mistakes, delays, and potential dismissals of your case.
A bankruptcy lawyer can help you throughout the process, including:
- Helping you decide your eligibility for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, and which option is right for you
- Completing and submitting the necessary bankruptcy paperwork for your petition
- Protecting you from abusive creditor actions
- Helping you handle foreclosure and repossessions
- Representing you in creditor meetings
- Providing you advice on how to rebuild your finances post-bankruptcy
Even if you are facing a relatively straightforward Chapter 7 bankruptcy, having an attorney guide you can make a significant difference in your case. An attorney can help save you time, stress, and maximize the outcome of a successful filing.
If you or a loved one are struggling with debt, call our St. Petersburg bankruptcy and debt relief attorneys at (727) 877-3188 today. We are committed to providing personalized legal counsel that helps you get out of debt.
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- Incorrect credit information, including accounts, are listed as open even if you closed them
- Late or missed payments
- Tax and judgment liens that you have paid correctly
- False account statements such as being stated as a cosigner
- Delinquent account that is at least seven years old or more, etc.
- Incorrect inquiry information such as unauthorized accesses to your private information
- Incomplete or incorrect personal information such as name, marital status, address, or current or past employment
- Non-existent criminal records on the background check report such as sexual assault, arrests, felony, and various misdemeanors
- Incorrect public record information such as bankruptcies that you filed more than ten years ago or just never filed at all, or lawsuits that you were not involved in
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