Finding Debt Relief Through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
If you feel like you are in debt over your head and do not know where to turn, the Law Office of Andy Nguyen, PLLC, can assist you. We help clients get a fresh start through Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. Based in Arlington, Texas, we serve individuals and families in Grand Prairie and throughout the Greater Dallas area and beyond.
Our mission is to take the burden of debt off your shoulders and allow you to regain a sense of financial security. You can count on our Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney to provide the knowledgeable and accessible legal representation you need.
Potential Benefits Of Filing For Chapter 7
Chapter 7 bankruptcy offers many potential benefits to individuals who qualify. Here are just a few:
- Eliminate extensive debt — Chapter 7 bankruptcy can wipe out unsecured debts such as credit card and medical bills.
- Stop creditor harassment — If creditors keep calling you, demanding repayment, filing bankruptcy will put an immediate stop to it. Creditors will be obligated by law to contact your lawyer instead.
- Stop wage garnishment — Bankruptcy will also put a quick halt to wage garnishment, allowing you to protect your hard-earned paychecks.
- Avoid lawsuits — Wiping out debt often makes more sense than defending against a debt-related lawsuit. For instance, if your business goes under and your landlord comes after you for the full value of the lease, filing Chapter 7 may be the best route to take.
In order to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you must pass a means test. Our law firm will guide you through the test and explain your options afterward.
Learn More In A Free Phone Consultation
Attorney Andy Nguyen takes the time to keep clients informed at every step of their cases, so do not hesitate to consult him today. To schedule an appointment, call the Law Office of Andy Nguyen, PLLC, at 817-755-1124 or contact our Arlington office online. We speak Vietnamese and Spanish.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.