An Overview of Bankruptcy

Drowning in debt? Facing foreclosure? You have options. A bankruptcy attorney at LeavenLaw can work to represent your interests and forward your financial goals as you consider Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We represent both consumers and businesses in bankruptcy proceedings, using our over two decades of experience to effectively assess their situations and provide aggressive, applicable legal representation.

One of the benefits of working with a St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyer at our firm is that we will immediately provide you with creditor harassment representation, as a part of your bankruptcy case. We can help to stop creditor abuse as well as seek financial compensation for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act or Telephone Consumer Protection Act. In dealing with any case we take on, we strive to provide personalized attention in order to better represent our clients' unique interests.

Each person may be in a financially different position, and while bankruptcy is meant for those in serious debt, it can still be catered to the unique situations of all. There are various forms of bankruptcy that a person may be eligible to file under. Bankruptcy is not handled at the state level, but falls under the jurisdiction of the federal courts.

Forms of Bankruptcy

LeavenLaw takes on bankruptcy cases throughout St. Petersburg, Tampa, Clearwater and the surrounding areas in Florida in several different areas of practice:

Facing for bankruptcy can be a daunting. If you are an individual, you want to make the right decision so as to positively affect your financial situation now and in the long run. If you are a business owner considering bankruptcy, you need to make the decision that will protect your assets and interests and help ensure that you do not lose everything you have worked so hard to achieve. Obtain a St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyer today by contacting our firm!