Dallas Bankruptcy Attorney

Our law firm has been assisting clients in protecting their assest for more than 25 years. With experience in the field of bankruptcy law, foreclosure law, and other issues revolving around consumer credit, you will find that our dallas bankrutpcy attorneys stand prepared to assist you in protecting your assets while eliminating the burdens of debt.

Should you be concerned about your rights, you could consider calling our office to discuss:

- Stopping foreclosure and saving your home through typically chapter 13 repayment bankruptcy. Through this option you can protect your home and allow a fresh chance to keep the home for your family and your children.
- Eliminating harassing phone calls from creditors 

- Filing chapter 7 bankruptcy

- Filing to receive protection from wage garnishments

- Filing to receive protection from bank garnishments

- Filing to receive protection from repossession

- Filing to receive protection from foreclosure

- Filing to receive protection from creditor harassment

- Eliminating credit card balances

- Getting caught up on a mortgage

- Getting caught up on other bills

- Discharging debt through a straight bankruptcy

- Receiving relief from annoying credit card collection calls

- Stopping the collection calls

- Stopping the payday loan mill

- Stopping medical bills

- Filing to receive protection from law firms representing medical bill debts

- Filing to receive protection from medical debts

- Filing to receive protection from student loan debts

- Filing to receive protection from payday loan collectors

- Filing to receive protection from payday loan harassment

- Filing to receive protection from credit card debt harassment

- Filing to receive protection from a predatory lender

- Filing to receive protection from predatory home lending

- Filing to receive protection from judgments

- Filing to receive protection from liens placed against your home

- Filing to receive protection from lawsuits from old repossessions

- Filing to receive protection from lawsuits from old second mortgages on past foreclosures

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