Georgia Bankruptcy Lawyers
Fayetteville, GA Bankruptcy Attorney
- (770) 461-4222
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Lawrenceville, GA Bankruptcy Attorney with 40 years experience
After graduating law school, I was admitted to the State Bar of Illinois and began my legal career in my hometown of Chicago, Illinois, where I represented clients in all areas of debt relief for a large bankruptcy firm. In 2008, I moved to Georgia and was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia. Over the years, I've gained experience at both large-volume and mid-volume consumer bankruptcy firms before...
Atlanta, GA Bankruptcy Attorney with 14 years experience
- (404) 593-2620
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Since 1993, Schuyler Elliott has been representing clients with disputes against their mortgage company-lender, such as wrongful foreclosure and breach of contract aka Foreclosure Defense. Also, filing bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure sale, which is scheduled the first Tuesday of each month, with a few exceptions. One benefit offered is last minute bankruptcy filings to stop a foreclosure sale. Appointments to stop the foreclosure sale can be made Saturday and Sunday and up to Midnight on Monday to meet with clients and file bankruptcy to STOP the foreclosure sale....
The University of Georgia School of Law and University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
Alpharetta, GA 30022
Over his career, Mr. Carver has helped thousands of clients gain control over their finances and protect their property. Mr. Carver aggressively represents his clients’ interests by pursuing unscrupulous creditors who illegally harass borrowers and violate the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.
Do you need bankruptcy relief, but don't have the funds to proceed.
I’m pleased to inform you that we have developed a new program that permits our clients to file their bankruptcy with NO MONEY DOWN. You can pay for your bankruptcy in installments spread out for up to one year, meaning you can put all your debt behind you, and begin to start rebuilding your life!
If you are interested in seeking debt relief through bankruptcy, please call my office or just reply to this email. Once again, we can start the process with...
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Bankruptcy law allows debtors, who are unable or partially unable to pay outstanding debts, to rid themselves of these debts and obtain a fresh start. Both federal and state laws can affect a debtor seeking to file for bankruptcy, and an attorney can help you understand how state and federal bankruptcy laws apply to you.
If you are struggling with high debt, receiving calls from creditors or collection agencies, or facing foreclosure, garnishment of wages, or repossession of property, filing for bankruptcy may provide you with solutions.
Bankruptcy lawyers offer legal advice and services during a financial crisis. In total, there are six different types of bankruptcy. For persons seeking debt relief, one option is Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which provides for liquidation of the debtor's non-exempt assets. Another popular option for individuals is Chapter 13, which allows for management and reduction of debt through payment plans. Corporations and partnerships filing for bankruptcy often choose to file under Chapter 11, which provides for supervised reorganization of the business.
Experienced bankruptcy counsel can help you evaluate whether you should pursue a bankruptcy as well as the Chapter under which to file. Bankruptcy lawyers can also help end harassing phone calls from debt collectors and evaluate available legal options when facing a home foreclosure.
Automatic stay: An injunction that automatically stops lawsuits, foreclosures, garnishments, and most collection activity against the debtor the moment a bankruptcy petition is filed.
Unsecured claim: A debt for which credit was extended based solely upon the creditor's assessment of the debtor's future ability to pay, rather than on a special assurance of payment.
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