An Effective Tool to Reduce or Discharge Debt
When you are struggling to make mortgage payments, pay hospital bills or reduce credit card debt, it may seem like the walls are closing in on you. Due to the fall of the housing market and the instability of jobs these days, people have found themselves in a tough financial situation. Not only is facing debt stressful enough, abusive creditors have begun to threaten debtors through constant telephone calls and letters. If you are facing this situation, filing for bankruptcy may benefit you.
At the law firm of Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A., in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, we help clients reduce or discharge their debt though the bankruptcy process. Although you may be facing a financial crisis, it is important to be informed about what decisions will improve your situation in the best manner. We can help you with all aspects of bankruptcy and are personally invested in your case.
Helping You Understand How Bankruptcy Can Help
Filing bankruptcy is an effective tool to reduce or discharge debt. Whether you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, once you file the necessary documents, you will be protected by a court order from all forms of creditor harassment. It also provides you a means for foreclosure defense, allowing you and your family to stay in your home.
Depending on your financial situation, you may or may not be eligible to file for bankruptcy. If bankruptcy is not right for you, we can also pursue a loan modification with your lenders or other options that can lead to beneficial outcomes.
Contact a Destin Lawyer Who Can Walk You Through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Facing overwhelming debt on your own is never easy, but we have the experience to help you immediately. To schedule a free initial consultation with a Santa Rosa Beach bankruptcy attorney, call 850-502-2165 or fill out a short contact form today. Together we can help you get a fresh start and understand what options can improve your situation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.