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Filing for Bankruptcy

The decision to file for bankruptcy is never an easy one, and it usually comes after months or years of being in financial dire straits. Fortunately, bankruptcy law exists precisely to help those individuals who are left with few options to salvage their finances.

When you file for bankruptcy, you are essentially petitioning to have some or all of your debt either eliminated or restructured to make it more manageable. The process begins with the filing of a bankruptcy petition by your lawyer and is usually resolved in a hearing, in which your petition is reviewed, discussed, and approved or appealed.

Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney

Whether you’re an individual facing daily calls from creditors or a business owner trying to stay afloat, you have many options when it comes to filing for bankruptcy. That’s why it’s important to hire an attorney who has experience in various aspects of bankruptcy law, so he or she can help you navigate your options and identify which, if any, is right for your specific situation.

At Armstrong & Jameson, P.S., our bankruptcy lawyers have over 132 years of combined experience. They take the time to answer all of your questions, educate you on your debt relief options, and help you make the best possible decisions for your future.

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FAQs About Bankruptcy Law

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