A Skilled and Efficient Bankruptcy Attorney
Serving Plano, Frisco, McKinney And Allen, Texas
If you are dealing with major stress due to a high debt load and creditor harassment, possible home foreclosure, or other problems, it is likely time to talk with an attorney about bankruptcy as a practical debt-relief solution.
Debt Relief Is Available for Individuals, Families and Businesses
Due to problems such as overwhelming credit card debt, medical bills, job loss, business setback or financial fallout from a divorce, almost anyone can find themselves in a financial situation that is no longer workable. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code is intended to enable people to get a fresh start, give them some leeway to retool and reorganize, and provide the ability to become focused and productive again.
Counsel — Without Pressure — From an Experienced Attorney
Since 1983, I have assisted many individuals, families and business owners looking for the best way to deal with their debts. My Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and experience as a bankruptcy trustee help me analyze complex financial scenarios and view potential filings from the court’s perspective. You can turn to me for efficient, full-service representation if you need to pursue:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy — providing a discharge of many unsecured, personal debts and legal protection from creditors and collectors, or similar benefits in a business liquidation
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy — a solution enabling people with regular income to pay back some or all of their debts over time and, under certain circumstances, stop or delay home foreclosure
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy — primarily an action allowing businesses to reorganize
Together, we can thoroughly discuss your situation, look at bankruptcy alternatives and determine the best way for you to get relief. If you need debt relief in Plano, Frisco, McKinney, or Allen, Texas, please contact me at my Plano, Texas, law office for a free consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.