Houston Bankruptcy Attorney
Should you file?
Filing for bankruptcy is no laughing matter. The process can be exhausting and emotionally trying, especially for someone has already been stressed out from a financially taxing situation. It is, however, something that should be seriously considered and contemplated for someone struggling to keep up with their debt. The benefits can often help you get your life back on track once more, setting you straight so that you can settle your old scores and wipe your slate clean.
At a time like this, it is vital that you get the help you need from an experienced Houston bankruptcy lawyer. Sitting down and discussing your case with them will get you the answers you need -- answers regarding
asset protection, the
timeline you will be experiencing,
types of debts to be eliminated, alternatives and even
life after bankruptcy. By working with someone knowledgeable in all details regarding the situation you will facing, you can be confident that your future will be in completely trustworthy, capable hands.
Interested in learning more about bankruptcy? We have highlighted a few topics below, which we hope you will find helpful:
As bankruptcy is not necessarily the best option for every debtor, we offer helpful information about potential alternatives, such as debt consolidation or settlement. Because we are committed to putting our clients' best interests first, we will work closely with you to determine whether bankruptcy is truly the right choice for you or if a different option may be better. Click here to read more about alternatives to bankruptcy.
A debtor may experience a number of advantages associated with bankruptcy. Once you file, all debt collection activity against you must immediately cease. You will be protected through the entire process, and once your case is successfully completed, you will be able to discharge all eligible debt, meaning you will have no further obligation to pay it back. Click here to read more about alternatives to bankruptcy…
Credit Card Debt
Many Americans have amassed large amounts of credit card debt. Low interest rates and other incentives make credit cards appealing. Emergencies, such as auto repairs or medical bills, may cause a debtor to turn to credit cards to stay afloat. However you may have accumulated credit card debt, this is one of the types of debt that you can discharge through bankruptcy. Click here to read more about credit card debt…
If constant phone calls and letters from creditors and debt collectors are weighing heavily on your shoulders, relief may be closer than you think. Once you file your bankruptcy petition, any and all collection activity against you must cease. You can finally experience relief from creditor harassment. Click here to read more about stopping creditors…
Experienced Bankruptcy Assistance in Houston
At the Malaise Law Firm, we understand how confusing and complex bankruptcy can appear. We know for someone who has never personally undergone it, it can be overwhelming, but with the right guidance and legal support at your side, there is absolutely no reason for you to be concerned with your future. Our lawyers have the experience needed to help you move your way through the complicated process with ease and as little pain as possible. Whether helping you understand the difference between Chapter 7 and
Chapter 13, or assisting you to become well-versed in how to stop creditors, your attorney will be able to ensure that you are getting the legal help you need to set your life straight once more. By working closely with our clients, answering all their questions, and leaving no stone unturned in our pursuit of a successful result, we do everything in our power to make sure that our clients are completely cared for.
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, contact a Houston bankruptcy lawyer today.