Helping You Achieve A Fresh Start
The calls from creditors keep coming. The wages continue to be garnished. The bills continue to pile up faster than your paychecks can cover them.
If this sounds familiar to you, it is time to get help from a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney. With the help of our attorneys at Hoge Partners, PLLC, you can get out from under your debt, put an end to the harassment, and start looking forward to a better life. We have extensive knowledge in financial issues, including the valuation of business and real estate assets and the financial issues at play in divorce.
Is Bankruptcy The Answer?
Many people do everything they can to avoid filing for bankruptcy. This includes actions — such as signing up with debt relief services — that are detrimental to their rights and finances. Bankruptcy is often the most efficient way to relieve debts while building a foundation for the future. You have protections under the bankruptcy code and there is no shame in pursuing your right to a fresh start via Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
“Won’t bankruptcy hurt my credit?”
No. In fact, your credit is probably already severely damages by your present circumstances. Bankruptcy can be a positive action that shows you are addressing your financial problems and creating a plan to rebuild your finances. Most people begin to see an improved credit situation in the months and years after finalizing a bankruptcy action.
Learn more about choosing the right form of bankruptcy for your unique circumstances.
Bankruptcy And Divorce
Property and debts are divided in divorce. If you are struggling with debt, those marital debts are every bit as important as your marital assets. Our attorneys have a proven track record in family law cases and can counted on to guide you to making the bankruptcy decision that will best protect you during and after your divorce.
We Are Ready To Help You
We look forward to discussing your financial concerns and guiding you toward the best possible outcome. Call our Louisville office at 502-996-8069 or contact us via email to schedule your free 15-minute initial phone consultation.