Filing bankruptcy is a big financial step that is sometimes necessary in order to get a fresh start after a financial crisis. Regardless of whether you lost a job, had a medical emergency, got divorced, lost a loved one or simply did not manage your money wisely, filing bankruptcy can help you get back on track financially so that you and your family can have a better future. It is important that when you are ready to file a bankruptcy that you have an experienced bankruptcy lawyer on your side to help you through the bankruptcy process.
Bankruptcy can be a very positive event in your life if it is done correctly. Filing bankruptcy can discharge most, if not all, of your debts allowing you to begin with a fresh slate. However, if you are not well-versed in bankruptcy law and rules, filing a bankruptcy can make your financial situation worse. Therefore, you need an experienced bankruptcy lawyer who has substantial knowledge of bankruptcy law to represent you during the bankruptcy. The Law Office of Travis J. Richards is a bankruptcy law firm with years of experience helping people find affordable solutions to their debt problems. Bankruptcy is not something that we do part-time – we concentrate our practice on bankruptcy and debt solutions.
Hiring an Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer Prevents Mistakes
The bankruptcy process is complex and often misunderstood by those who do not have experience in the area of bankruptcy. Even for a trained attorney, filing a bankruptcy can be difficult if the attorney has never previously studied bankruptcy law. If you do not understand bankruptcy laws, you can make a very costly mistake that cannot be undone. That is why you want to hire an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in New Jersey to handle your bankruptcy case. You are filing bankruptcy to solve your debt problem. Filing a bankruptcy case on your own can make the matter much worse.
For example, if you do not understand how to use bankruptcy exemptions to protect your property, you may lose some property that would otherwise be protected if an experienced bankruptcy lawyer had filed the case. Furthermore, if you do not know the bankruptcy rules and laws governing the discharge of debts, you could potentially file your bankruptcy case and still owe the debts because you failed to meet the requirements for a bankruptcy discharge. There are hundreds of mistakes that could potentially put you in a worse financial situation than you were before filing bankruptcy.
An Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer Protects Your Interests
The good news is that by hiring an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, you can possibly discharge thousands of dollars in debt while protecting your property. Filing bankruptcy is a legal process that should not be attempted alone even though the laws permit individuals to file bankruptcy without an attorney. Although the law permits you to file your own bankruptcy, the court will not accept ignorance of bankruptcy laws and rules as an excuse for mistakes, even mistakes that create serious consequences. It is best to hire an experienced bankruptcy lawyer to ensure that you receive the full benefits of filing a bankruptcy.
Contact an Experienced Mount Holly Bankruptcy Attorney
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The Law Office of Travis J. Richards, LLC is a full-service Mount Holly bankruptcy law firm focused on Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, debt consolidation, credit repair, tax liens, student loans and foreclosure. We represent clients in Burlington County and throughout South Jersey.
Contact our office at 609-267-5297 to schedule your free consultation to discuss bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy alternatives. You may also use our convenient online contact form and one of our friendly, professional staff members will contact you to answer your bankruptcy questions and/or schedule a free consultation with Travis J. Richards.
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