When you need the help of a McKinney, TX Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer, the Law Office of Veronica Deaver is here to help. We serve the greater McKinney region, including the communities of Allen, Frisco, Prosper, Pilot Point and all Collin & Grayson counties. No matter where you live in our community, the services and expertise of a qualified attorney are just a phone call away.
With this form of bankruptcy, you receive several benefits, including:
1) Ability to keep non-exempt assets
2) Ability to repay debts in a way you can afford
3) Ability to file even if you do not qualify for discharge
4) Ability to keep your home and car
These bankruptcies are a bit more complex than the discharge form. Not only do you have to deal with a repayment plan, and ensure that the repayment plan is something you can afford, but you also have to negotiate more with your creditors and face the trustee on a regular basis. Having a qualified legal team to help is essential to ensuring that the process runs smoothly.
When you work with us, we will help you determine what sort of repayment terms you can handle. We will also handle the negotiations on your behalf, so you can be in a better position to receive the repayment terms you need. We will help ensure that you are following the guidelines of the law so that your case will be approved.
If you are ready to file and want the best chances of success, call our firm to talk to a McKinney, TX Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer. With the Law Office of Veronica Deaver, you can successfully begin the process of repaying your debts with protection of the courts.
Take action now to seek the fresh start you deserve by calling 214-282-5024 for a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
Am I Eligible for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Texas?
To discuss your legal rights regarding bankruptcy options in the state of TX and financial debt relief solutions, please contact Veronica Deaver by calling 214-282-5024 for a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney serving families, business owners, and individuals in North Dallas, Collin County, Cooke County, Hunt County, Grayson County, Denton County, Rockwall County.
How to Protect Your Assets and even Stop Foreclosure under the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy laws of Texas?
In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy you can stop interest from accruing , even penalties, cram down the cost of vehicles and other collateral securing debts, take time to repay arrearages on secured debt such as mortgages, and perhaps obtain other debt relief. Each year the Chapter 13 will review your income tax return and repayment plan. A successful Chapter 13 can achieve dramatic debt reduction. Please contact Veronica Deaver by calling 214-282-5024 for a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney serving families, business owners, and individualsin North Dallas, Collin County, Cooke County, Hunt County, Grayson County, Denton County, and Rockwall County.
Chapter 13 allows you to: stop home foreclosure, catch back up on your car or mortgage, stop a repossession, pay back taxes (interest free), and stop creditor harassment and collection activity, Keep valuable non-exempt property, such as jewelry, boat, or a 2nd home. For a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney serving families, business owners, and individuals in North Dallas, Collin County, Cooke County, Hunt County, Grayson County, Denton County, Rockwall County call 214-282-5024.