Dallas Personal Bankruptcy Lawyers
Are you facing financial hardship and feel that bankruptcy is your only way out? Do you feel that your situation warrants bankruptcy, but you do not know where to start? If so, then you need to contact Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. today. Filing for bankruptcy is a complex and intimidating process that is easy to get wrong if you lack experience in the area. One mistake can lead to problems down the line – including having bankruptcy relief denied. Before taking this risk, you should contact the Dallas personal bankruptcy attorneys at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. to schedule a consultation and learn about how we can help you achieve your goals. Call us today at (214) 317-4448 to get your case started and begin a future of better financial health.
Why You Need a Lawyer
Filing for bankruptcy can be incredibly confusing and stressful, as getting everything right means filling out loads of paperwork and providing proper documentation. Unfortunately, the numerous boxes you have to check in order to file properly provide entirely too many opportunities to get something wrong. This can lead to serious consequences that will severely impact your finances.
Regardless of which type of bankruptcy you are filing for, an attorney is necessary to ensure that every requirement is successfully fulfilled and you achieve the outcome you are seeking. An attorney will be able to evaluate your financial situation to determine which kind of bankruptcy is right for you. They will then be able to guide you through the process, ensuring you make no mistakes and adhere to every requirement. They will also be able to protect important assets to ensure you don’t lose them in the process.
Why Choose Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C.?
The Dallas attorneys at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. have years of experience handling various bankruptcy cases, and are eager to help you navigate the complicated requirements in filing for personal bankruptcy. We are familiar with the different kinds of bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, so we will be able to identify which type is right for you in your case. We will then be able to walk you through the filing process to ensure everything goes smoothly. Furthermore, because we have handled bankruptcy cases before, we understand that this is a stressful and emotional time in your life. We will handle your case with the compassion and care you need and deserve at this difficult time.
Filing for Personal Bankruptcy in Dallas
With the law offices of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., you can get the help you need to manage your bankruptcy paperwork. Our attorneys understand just how trying the process of filing for bankruptcy can be, and want to offer you the personalized help and support you need. The lawyers in our Dallas office have extensive knowledge of the legal system, and can assist you with filing for the following forms of bankruptcy:
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: a discharge of debts you owe
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: a restructuring of your debts wherein you either discharge part of your debt so as to better manage the remaining debts, or restructure the payments on all of your debts to make payoff more manageable.
Our Dallas legal team at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. knows that your case is unique, and we want to work with you to accommodate your specific needs in order to provide you with excellent counsel in dealing with your bankruptcy. We know how to effectively assess our client’s needs and their income, apply the bankruptcy standards and elements to their situation, and help them achieve their financial goals and future stability.
Two Types of Bankruptcies – Which One is Right for Me?
While there are five types of bankruptcy under the law, there are only two that regularly apply to individuals and their personal debts. The two types of personal bankruptcies are called Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which wipes out your debts, is generally best for low income individuals with few assets to spare. Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which restructures your debts and makes a payment plan, is generally better for individuals with steady income. Chapter 13 allows you to keep more of your property, as opposed to Chapter 7 which often requires you to liquidate it to pay your debts.
Each of these bankruptcy types have different benefits associated with them, but one will be better for you depending on your personal financial situation. Often, people self-filing for bankruptcy will file for the wrong bankruptcy type because they simply don’t understand the difference. Because every situation is different – and every individual’s needs are unique – only an attorney can really tell you whether you are eligible for bankruptcy, which filing is right for you, and help you successfully file so you do not have issues down the line.
Contact a Personal Bankruptcy Attorney in Dallas
Don’t deal with the stress of filing for personal bankruptcy alone. You have likely already suffered for months and years while in debt – do not add to this stress by attempting to file for bankruptcy on your own. Hiring the attorneys at Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. is the only way to ensure that you will be successful in your request for bankruptcy. Hiring us to evaluate your case and represent you in this complex matter will give you the peace of mind that the process will go smoothly. With our help, there will be no errors, no undisclosed debts that come back to haunt you, or any other hassles that occur in self-filed bankruptcy cases. Call the Dallas offices of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. today at (214) 317-4448 to begin the conversation with an attorney and get your finances back on track.