Bankruptcy Attorney in Alpharetta
Do You Want to Be Debt Free?
At The Law Offices of Daniel W. Mitnick & Associates, P.C., our goal is to help you get a fresh start on life by getting rid of your debt. Our team has more than 25 years of experience providing relief options for good people who are facing insurmountable financial issues.
When you contact our firm for help, we will first analyze your situation and discuss the best option to pursue. These may include:
Don't face your debt alone! Our bankruptcy lawyers will guide you through the entire process and get you back on the right track. Call our office at (770) 884-6824 or fill out an online form to schedule your free phone consultation!
What You Can Expect from Our Firm
There are a number of benefits to working with our legal team, but here are just a few:
- 100% Focused On You. At our firm, you aren't just another case number. We will do everything we can to understand your specific situation and develop a personal strategy.
- Flexible Hours. We understand that certain things may need immediate attention, which is why our firm is available in the evenings, on weekends, and even on holidays!
- Compassionate Guidance. You can rely on our firm to navigate you through the entire process and educate you on the various options that are available.
- Asset Protection. We will make sure that you keep as much of your property as possible.
How to File for Bankruptcy
To begin the bankruptcy process, you must first find out what bankruptcy chapter you are eligible to file by taking the
means test. This will determine if you can file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13.
Chapter 7: also known as liquidation bankruptcy, this type of bankruptcy will allow for a quick discharge of debt after all non-exempt assets are sold to repay your creditors.
Chapter 13: also known as reorganization bankruptcy, this type of bankruptcy will allow you to keep all of your assets and property while gradually repaying your debts over the course of 3-5 years.
If you are trying to file bankruptcy for your business, then you will most likely use Chapter 11.
After you have determined what chapter to file, then you will need to compile all financial documents and fill out the court forms for bankruptcy. You will then file with your local bankruptcy court. Once you have filed, an automatic stay is put on your accounts, so that creditors cannot take any action against you, including:
After your debt is discharged, you can begin to rebuild your credit and get a fresh start!
Contact Us for an Initial Consultation
If you are struggling with your debt, then call our bankruptcy attorneys for help. Don't wait until it's too late to act!
We have provided trusted advocacy for countless individuals for over two decades and we can assist you as well. With our guidance, you can reach a swift and positive resolution, whether using bankruptcy or a bankruptcy alternative.
Contact us today by phone or email to get started!