Filing bankruptcy can be a huge decision and you should not consider going through it without a professional to guide you through the process. We have helped hundreds of people file bankruptcy cases and get their debt under control. The Rollins Law Firm is committed to helping our clients get their feet back on the ground. The overwhelming stress associated with debt can keep you from living life to the fullest. We want to lift that burden off of you so that you can focus on what really matters. We can also advise you on how to stay out of debt after bankruptcy so that you never have to feel this way again.
You can file bankruptcy by yourself or with your spouse. We charge the same price for Joint and Individual cases.
Our most important goal is to make you feel comfortable with the process. We don’t want you to ever feel embarrassed by filing bankruptcy, because there is no reason to be embarrassed. Bankruptcy is a legal remedy provided for by the U.S. Constitution and modeled after biblical principles. Bankruptcy is about compassion and giving people a fresh start. When you speak to one of our lawyers we will give you honest advice on how we think that we can best handle your situation. We don’t try to fit every client into the same kind of case. We will listen to your story and create a plan personalized to you.
Bankruptcy can be used in many different ways to accomplish different goals – it really all depends on the facts of your financial situation. Bankruptcy can be used to stop foreclosure if you have fallen behind on your mortgage. If you file bankruptcy quickly enough after a repossession, we can usually get your car back for you. Garnishments must stop after you file bankruptcy. Your creditors can no longer call you or send letters. All collections must stop so that you have breathing room to get your finances in order.
Once your case is filed, we deal with your creditors for you. They will have to go through us to communicate with you. We use the bankruptcy laws to fight and make sure we get the best result available to you. Once your bankruptcy is complete we will stick with you to make sure your creditors don’t try to go after you again. We will make sure they do everything they are required to under the law.
Filing bankruptcy does not necessarily mean that you will lose all of your property. You get to keep “exempt” assets. The vast majority of bankruptcy filers keep all of their property.Contact a Ridgeland Debt Relief Attorney
Discover the path to financial freedom. Contact The Rollins Law Firm, today at 601-500-5533. We offer free initial consultations and structure our fees according to your ability to pay.
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