Is Bankruptcy Right for You?
Do you feel like you are drowning in debt? Does it seem that no matter how hard you try, you can’t make headway with credit card debt or medical bills? Do you have a mortgage you can no longer afford? Although it might not seem like it right now, you DO have options.
When you are ready for real solutions to the financial challenges you face, contact the law office of Greenwald & Hammond, P.C. real lawyers for real people. We help clients in Denver, Aurora and the surrounding metro area answer the question: Is bankruptcy right for me?
Step One: Understand the Big Picture
If you are considering bankruptcy, avoid the common mistakes many people make. Get accurate and honest answers at no cost to you by talking with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. At Greenwald & Hammond, we will review your financial information and advise you if you are eligible to file for bankruptcy.
Your bankruptcy attorney will advise you on which type of bankruptcy is available to you: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. For each chapter there are different reasons for filing and different criteria one must meet in order to file.
We will explain the basics of bankruptcy law, the exemptions available to you, how it will affect your credit card or medical debts, and the effect of bankruptcy on your 401(k) or pension funds. If you own a small business or any other type of business entity, we can explain how bankruptcy can help with your business’s financial problems.
Has the stress of financial difficulties caused you to consider divorce? We can advise you on whether to file for bankruptcy before or after divorce. It can make a big difference.
Step Two: Take Action Quickly
When we file your bankruptcy, it will quickly put an end to creditor harassment, stop foreclosure actions and repossession, and put an end to wage garnishment. Stopping all collection activities, however, is only one of the many benefits of filing for bankruptcy protection.
Step Three: Rebuild Your Life and Your Credit
At Greenwald & Hammond, we do more for our clients than just file their bankruptcy petition. We also help them move forward with their lives. We remain available to answer questions and to assist with many post-filing issues.
Contact Boulder County Chapter 7 Lawyers: Free Initial Consultations
When you leave your free initial consultation, you will have the information you need to make an informed decision about whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you. It all begins with a call. Contact our Denver bankruptcy law office today, or call 303.832.2550 to schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.