People in the Fort Worth area who are struggling with overwhelming debt may realize that they need to act swiftly in order to put an end to foreclosure proceedings, stop harassment from creditors and to get back on their feet financially. In many cases, the best and perhaps the only way to do this is to file for bankruptcy, specifically under the rules of Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
I am attorney Lindsay D. Steele and at my bankruptcy law practice, Steele Law Firm, I am committed to helping people get out of debt by filing for bankruptcy. My clients trust me because I only work on bankruptcy cases, and I am committed to giving your case the individual attention it deserves so that you can get back on your feet, financially speaking, as soon as possible.
Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy, some of your property may be turned over to a bankruptcy estate for sale. However, there are some exemptions to this — your primary homestead, a motor vehicle, and other items of personal property, up to a certain value. The rules are different for Chapter 13
filings, so it is important to figure out which is best for your situation.
The main benefit of Chapter 7, of course, is having your debts discharged — a process that might take only three to six months from when you start the process. Contact me to set up a free consultation about your financial situation. Call today at 682-231-0909 or email us your information
via our online contact form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.