Bankruptcy & Debt Relief
Learn Your Rights from North Port bankruptcy lawyer, James Keim
- Always Providing a Free Initial Consultation
- Learn How to Pursue a Fresh Financial Start
- Payment Plan Available
I understand that speaking with someone about the stress of financial hardship is often difficult, and I strive to make the bankruptcy process as painless and simple for my clients as possible. You may rest assured that I personally handle every case, and I will answer all of your questions in plain and simple language. Whether you are trying to save a home from Foreclosure, looking to eliminate unmanageable credit card debt or medical bills, or stop the IRS and get a handle on tax debt, bankruptcy may be the right solution for you.
The information provided on this site is general in nature and should not be relied on as or substituted for legal advice. Your situation is unique; therefore, you should only rely on the advice of an attorney after discussing and revealing your unique financial circumstances to the attorney. For this reason, I provide a free initial consultation to discuss your unique circumstances so that I may render proper and specific legal advice.
When we meet during your free initial consultation, I will discuss your situation with you and help you to determine whether bankruptcy is a suitable option for you, and if so, which type of bankruptcy will best meet your needs. Bankruptcy may be your best option if you are having difficulty making ends meet, and are facing one or more of the following financial problems:
Credit Card Debt
IRS Tax Debt / Liens
Unpaid Medical Bills
Past Due Mortgages
Failed Business Debt
The Bankruptcy Laws Were Enacted to Help Consumers
The goal and purpose of the United States Bankruptcy Code is to offer those consumers who are in financial distress the opportunity to pursue a fresh financial start.
There are two types of bankruptcy commonly filed by individuals and married couples: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. I will assess your circumstances and advise you of your rights and eligibility for filing under each of these chapters of the Bankruptcy Code. You may be eligible to forever discharge your credit card debt, medical bills, unpaid judgments, unsecured debts, as well as other debts, under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Once your bankruptcy discharge of debts is obtained, you may begin to rebuild and restore your good credit rating and enjoy your fresh financial start. Call North Port Bankruptcy Lawyer, James Keim at (941) 426-7900 for a free, confidential consultation.
Call North Port bankruptcy lawyer James Keim to schedule your free initial consultation.