Are you dealing with harassing creditor calls, fear of foreclosure, piles of medical bills, threats of lawsuits, garnishment of wages, unpaid taxes, repossession of a vehicle and more? This type of financial anxiety causes mental and emotional strain on you and your family, so it’s important to get answers and solutions from a bankruptcy lawyer quickly. Bankruptcy lawyers at Curtis, Casteel & Palmer, PLLC can provide answers, explaining your options for debt relief which could include debt settlement, Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. We can help you find the path out of financial crisis.
As life happens, debt often happens, too. In an era of easy credit and rising costs, many smart, responsible, well-intentioned people can unexpectedly find themselves in financial trouble. No one plans for a financial crisis or losing their home to foreclosure, but with unexpected medical bills, job loss, divorce and/or credit card bills, good people often find themselves in an unmanageable debt spiral and considering filing bankruptcy. What is Chapter 7? Chapter 11? Chapter 13? How do you determine if bankruptcy is the right course for you, and if so, which type is appropriate for your situation?
Every person or company dealing with financial crisis needs a personalized plan to move forward. If you have a debt crisis and think bankruptcy might be an option for you, here are some important questions you should ask.
Good people sometimes find themselves needing a fresh start, and over a thousand individuals have trusted bankruptcy attorney Steven Palmer and the team at Curtis, Casteel & Palmer, PLLC to resolve their financial difficulties. Your financial future does not have to be derailed by unfortunate debt, home foreclosure, garnishment of wages or bankruptcy filing. Call for a free debt reduction or bankruptcy filing consultation and get the professional advice you need.
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