Chapter 7 Offers A Way Out Of A Sticky Financial Situation
If you feel like you need a fresh start, free from mounting bills and creditor phone calls, bankruptcy could help you get the debt relief you need, and leave you with the peace of mind you deserve. At the law office of Roger R. Compton, Attorney At Law, we provide experienced and dedicated representation for each of our valued clients.
Filing For Chapter 7
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows people to discharge most types of consumer debts, including credit cards bills and medical bills. Furthermore, bankruptcy can bring you temporary relief from legal actions against you. If you file for bankruptcy, creditors can no longer call you. If you are in foreclosure, the process must stop. If creditors are trying to repossess your car or you are being sued, the actions against you are stalled.
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a person’s property can be liquidated, or sold, to pay off the person’s debts. However, because of exemptions, many people are able to keep most, if not all, of their property.
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation
Our law firm is dedicated to providing the support our clients need. Our team of staff and lawyers is approachable and accessible. When clients visit our North Carolina firm for their free initial consultation, they find an inviting and comfortable atmosphere, and they leave knowing that they have an effective, experienced advocate on their side.
Attorney Roger Compton has more than 30 years of experience. He delivers thorough, candid evaluations, and knowledgeable legal representation for each of our clients.
Contact Our Cumberland County Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you have likely been struggling with mounting debts for some time. At Roger R. Compton, Attorney At Law, you will find a people-oriented team dedicated to helping you. Call us to schedule your free initial consultation with a North Carolina debt relief lawyer.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.