Helping Conyers Families Through Bankruptcy
At Burrow & Associates, we are committed to helping you through the complex process of filing for bankruptcy. Our team of experienced, proven bankruptcy attorneys in Conyers is here to provide you with accurate legal advice so you can file in total confidence. The bankruptcy lawyers at Burrow & Associates in Conyers have filed more than 15,000 cases in Georgia and have a proven track record of successfully helping individuals and families through the bankruptcy process, gaining freedom from debt.
Our experienced bankruptcy lawyers will help you prepare a filing that addresses your most serious debt problems and stopping creditors from harassing you. We will help you determine whether filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is best suited for your situation and give you peace of mind during this worrisome time.
Schedule a free consultation at our Conyers office to explore your options and available solutions. There’s nothing to be ashamed of — our Conyers bankruptcy lawyers operate in a stress and judgement-free environment.
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FAQs Answered from Our Conyers Bankruptcy Lawyers
Q: What will a Conyers bankruptcy lawyer ask me in an initial consultation?
The main question a bankruptcy lawyer needs to know is why you are considering filing bankruptcy – that’s mainly what you need to communicate. Bankruptcy lawyers will ask what the circumstance is that brings you to file bankruptcy and then go from there. During the initial consultation, we are trying to determine whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is the best avenue for you. You will be asked about your household income. Regardless of whether you are filing jointly with a spouse or filing as an individual, you should be prepared to disclose your total household income with paystubs from your job(s) and recent tax returns.
You will also be asked to provide information about real property in which you have an interest, including family property in the United States or elsewhere, and any vehicles that you own. You should be prepared to disclose what you owe on the property and its value. We will also inquire about the quantity and source of your debt including medical bills, credit cards, unsecured loans, student loans, tax debt, etc. At the end of the consultation, a bankruptcy attorney should be able to tell you whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is the best approach for you and give you a rough estimate of your monthly payment if it is a Chapter 13.
Q: What questions should I ask a Conyers bankruptcy attorney in an initial consultation?
During the initial consultation at Burrow and Associates, we will ask you many questions, but we are also happy to answer any questions you may have. Common questions we receive from clients are: What is going to happen to my assets? Am I going to lose my house? Will my car be taken away? How will bankruptcy affect my credit? These are all things we will be happy to discuss with you as well as any other concerns you may have.
When you leave an initial consultation at Burrow and Associates, we want you to understand the bankruptcy process and know whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is the best approach for you. If questions arise after your initial consultation, please feel free to contact our office for answers to those questions.
Contact Our Conyers Bankruptcy Lawyers Today
For a free consultation, contact our Conyers bankruptcy lawyers at Burrow & Associates today at (678) 301-1081 to schedule an appointment. Our experienced attorneys will sit down with you to understand your particular situation and go over all options legally available to you. We will help advise you so you can make the most well-informed decision for you and your family long-term.