Springfield Bankruptcy Attorney
Missouri Bankruptcy Lawyer
It can happen to anyone. You are laid off from your job. Your unemployment benefits help, but they are not enough to cover your expenses. You miss a mortgage payment because you simply cannot pay it. That one missed payment soon becomes two, and you find you cannot pay other bills. Your bank calls, and so do the credit card companies. Soon, their friendly reminder calls become more harassing and demeaning.
You may wonder — how can I stop all these calls? In Springfield, Missouri, the bankruptcy attorney at the Bankruptcy Clinic will work to stop the calls and give you a new start. For help when you are experiencing financial distress, contact bankruptcy attorney Angela D. Acree.
Do you feel like you are drowning in debt? The Bankruptcy Clinic in Springfield, Missouri can help you get relief.
Call us at 417-8NO-DEBT to schedule an initial consultation.
We will work diligently to get you the debt relief you need. This may include filing either a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Filing bankruptcy will stop your creditors from calling and can give you a chance to save your home.
As part of our legal advice when you are in financial distress, at the Consumer Law Clinic (a division of the Bankruptcy Clinic), we will assist you in understanding the alternatives to bankruptcy, including our work to stop creditor harassment. If creditors have violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we will sue them to force them to stop their illegal collection methods.
Most importantly, when you are struggling with debt, we will be an advocate who is on your side whether you seek bankruptcy (or Chapter 7 and Chapter 13) protection or a lawsuit against third-party debt collectors.
Answering Your Debt Relief Questions
At the Bankruptcy Clinic, we will take the time to answer all of your questions regarding bankruptcy, including the following:
- Can I still file for bankruptcy after the Bankruptcy Reform Act ?
- What is consumer credit counseling?
- What are the property exemptions for Missouri and how do they affect my bankruptcy?
- What personal possessions can I keep?
- What are my rights under the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act)?
- Can I modify my mortgage loan to save my home?
- What are adversary actions?
Do you need a new financial start? Call 417-8NO-DEBT to schedule an initial consultation. Or, you can email us and someone from the Bankruptcy Clinic will be in touch with you promptly.