Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney
When a debtor is facing overwhelming debt, constant harassment by creditors
or is considering
bankruptcy, he or she may wonder whether to involve an attorney. Is it required?
How will it benefit the debtor? Filing for bankruptcy and facing the burden
of considerable debt is a tough challenge already, and going at it alone
may only increase the level of difficulty.
As an individual filing for bankruptcy in Florida, you are not required
to have an attorney to handle your case. However, there are specific advantages
to involving a legal professional as early in the process as possible.
Filing for bankruptcy is complex, and it is a legal matter. When you have
a St. Petersburg bankruptcy attorney to represent your interests, properly
file your case and guide you through this complicated process, you have
a much better chance at a smooth course and a beneficial outcome.
How a St. Petersburg Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help
In addition to helping you through the bankruptcy process, a lawyer can
help you determine
whether bankruptcy is the right option in the first place. For some debtors, bankruptcy may be too aggressive
of an action and
debt settlement or consolidation may be a better route. For others, it may be difficult
to ascertain whether a
Chapter 7 or
Chapter 13 bankruptcy should be pursued, and an attorney can help with these situations as well.
By talking to you about your concerns, your goals and your current financial
St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyer can help you make the right choices for your unique case. You may be looking
for an answer in the face of
creditor harassment or may wish to stop the foreclosure of your home, repossession of your
vehicle or garnishment of your wages. Filing for bankruptcy may be an
option to resolve all of these and similar situations, but without proper
legal counsel your chances of taking full advantage of all the benefits
bankruptcy has to offer are slim.
Call our firm for experienced representation today!