Atlanta, GA Bankruptcy Lawyers

logoRutledge Law Offices, LLC 404-492-9511
3915 Cascade Rd., T138, Atlanta, GA 30331 US
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Lawrenceville, Georgia Bankruptcy Lawyers

logoJames R. Argo Jr., Argo Law Office, P.C. 770-237-9001
The Kelley Building, 189 West Pike St., Suite 180, Lawrenceville, GA 30046 US
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Buried With Bills? Struggling With Debts?
Feel There are no Options?

Georgia bankruptcy lawyers are able to provide you answers to your bankruptcy questions and explain how the GA bankruptcy laws can help you eliminate your debts and receive protection from your creditors harassing collection attempts.

Bankruptcy is a powerful debt relief method and our attorneys can help you examine your debts to learn if bankruptcy can be right for you and which chapter of the bankruptcy code you should file under - chapter 7 or chapter 13.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes called a "liquidation bankruptcy" because when a debtor files for chapter 7 bankruptcy they must liquidate any of their assets that are not protected by the GA bankruptcy exemptions. Chapter 7 is the most common chapter of the bankruptcy code in most states but not Georgia. Chapter 7 is popular for those debtors with little income and no assets. 32,699 Georgia debtors filed chapter 7 bankruptcy in the 12 months ending September, 2012.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a reorganization bankruptcy and if you decide to file under this chapter you will be entering into a three to five year debt repayment plan protected by the bankruptcy laws and providing you with all bankruptcy court protections, such as protection from your creditors. 33,950 people filed Georgia chapter 13 bankruptcy in the 12 months ending September, 2012.

You can learn more about the bankruptcy laws in Georgia by browsing our website, but if you are ready to learn more, or would like to begin the bankruptcy filing process, you can arrange a free, no risk bankruptcy evaluation meeting with one of our bankruptcy attorneys.

By scheduling a free bankruptcy evaluation with a local attorney you can discuss your debts and learn what options are available to you to tackle your debts.

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