Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer
As a debtor who owes creditors more money than you can afford to pay back, you have certain rights and protections. Perhaps most importantly of them all, you have the right to consider and file for bankruptcy. The Pritchard Law Firm is renowned in Fort Worth for providing legal solutions to consumer collection agencies and other creditors but our 45+ years of combined experience have taught us much about debtor bankruptcy as well. When you work with our team, we will do everything in our ability to close your bankruptcy case amicably.
We can help your debtor bankruptcy case by:
- Explore dischargeable debt options
- Informing you of your rights
- Preparing for your meeting with creditors
- Proving the legitimacy of your bankruptcy
- Upholding automatic stays
In the end, you should be able to live comfortably without the burden of debt on your shoulders, and without having to worry about creditors who may have felt that your bankruptcy was illegitimate. To learn more, request a free case evaluation today.
Determine Your Options and Take Action
Depending on the extent of your debt, you will likely need to consider two bankruptcy options: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. If your debt is quite overbearing and you make less than the average household income in your area, you should consider Chapter 7. Through this process, the majority of your debt will be reviewed for complete discharge in exchange for valuable pieces of your estate, potentially including your home. If your debt could be manageable with a change of luck and careful planning, think about Chapter 13. In this debtor bankruptcy process, your debt can be reduced and whatever remains will be paid over the course of three or five years; if done correctly, you will not lose much or any of your estate’s assets.
Fair & Intelligent Solutions to Your Debt
Having spent decades dealing with bankruptcy cases from both sides, our Fort Worth consumers collection lawyers and bankruptcy attorneys are well-prepared to help you find the right conclusion to your debt. When you are ready to learn about your rights as a debtor, please call us at (817) 285-8017. We would be happy to get you a better understanding of what to do next during a free initial consultation.