SEE HOW A MARIETTA BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY CAN HELP
When considering bankruptcy, it is crucial to team up with a lawyer who has handled cases similar to yours and is familiar with the bankruptcy process in Georgia. Bankruptcy filing can prove to be very complex and overwhelming. The reason for the complexity is the addition of a means test requirement in order to determine eligibility for a Chapter 7.
It used to be simpler to avoid paying debts by filing for Chapter 7, but a past of abusing this bankruptcy has resulted in a stricter process. The means test is now tough and has strict guidelines. It is important to have legal guidance to make sure that you approach the test correctly. If you make mistakes in this process, you may be determined ineligible to file. Speak with a bankruptcy lawyer from Blevins & Hong, P.C. about your needs and the possibility of bankruptcy.
DEBT RELIEF OPTIONS
All too often, individuals attempt to file for bankruptcy on their own and end up making a mistake and ruining their chances of relief. If you file for bankruptcy incorrectly or make errors when it comes to transferring money or hiding assets, you could end up in a more difficult situation than where you started. The top reasons that you need a lawyer by your side include:
- To protect you from creditor harassment
- To protect you from uncertainty in the process
- To protect you from what you do not know
- To protect you from making mistakes
When struggling with finances, a denial of an opportunity for relief can be devastating. Let a skilled attorney help you prevent this from happening. Do not wait until you have suffered these losses to then seek help- obtain success the first time.
KNOWLEDGEABLE AND EXPERIENCED BANKRUPTCY REPRESENTATION
The bankruptcy regulations are always changing and the process continuously becomes more complex. Our firm continues to learn and keep up with the changing requirements so we can help guide you through the process. For the qualified legal representation that you need in bankruptcy, contact Blevins & Hong, P.C. today. We offer a free initial consultation so you can get started at no cost to you!