Experience You Can Count On
Carolyn Secor, the owner of the firm, has personally overseen hundreds of bankruptcies throughout her legal career. Due to her extensive experience in all kinds of bankruptcies, from the typical Chapter 7 case to the more complicated Chapter 11 restructuring, the firm will likely be able to find an acceptable bankruptcy option that meets your specific situation.
When you first come into the office, the first thing to be done will be to establish the means test criteria, to determine the simplest and easiest kind of bankruptcy for your situation, which will result in the quickest results to you. After that, we will go through your assets and liabilities, and prepare the paperwork to be filed with the Court. Finally, we will see your case through your hearings and meetings, and fight for you if any complications or disputes arise in your bankruptcy case.
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The firm has experience in asset protection and will do everything possible to allow you to keep your motor vehicles and other assets through the bankruptcy process, where this is possible (and it often is possible). Most of our clients have been able to keep their motor vehicles and other substantial assets during and after the bankruptcy, so do not let this deter you.
While all of this depends on your particular situation, it doesn’t hurt to come in for a consultation to discover your options.
Because of our extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with the bankruptcy process, we even handle adversary hearing proceedings that affect your case, including adversary trials in the unlikely event there is a significant dispute in your bankruptcy case.
Which type of bankruptcy is best for you depends on your income, assets, and financial goals. If you’re struggling with overwhelming debt, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We offer reasonable rates and payment plans.
The federal government passed new bankruptcy reform legislation in October 2005. However, don’t be discouraged! Most studies indicate that the new law affects less than 15% of individuals who could have filed previously. If you are feeling overwhelmed by your debts and considering filing bankruptcy, it is highly probable that you fall into the category of the 85 percent of people who are still eligible to file.