Contact a St. Petersburg Bankruptcy Lawyer Today!
It is very possible that any debtor may face legal action at some point
from a creditor attempting to collect a debt owed. Facing any legal matter
can be unsettling, to say the least. You may be unsure what specific rights
you have, as well as what actions can be taken to defend your rights and
help you avoid serious losses. In some cases, you may also have a limited
time to answer (sometimes only 20 days!) Ignoring the situation or attempting
to resolve it on your own can only make matters worse. An attorney experienced
in defending people in your situation can represent you both inside and
outside of the courtroom in order to best protect your interests.
Consumer & Commercial Litigation
Bankruptcy is not always the best option for everyone. You may not even be considering
filing for bankruptcy but are facing an issue involving a lawsuit, foreclosure
or a similar legal action because of an unpaid debt that has been haunting
you. Discussing your particular situation and your options with a
St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyer means that you can take the appropriate action to face a brighter financial
future – whether or not this includes bankruptcy.
Commercial and consumer litigation defense can extend to numerous areas
such matters as:
- Small claims matters
- Credit card collection lawsuits
- Business disputes
- Breach of contract matters
- Mortgage foreclosure litigation
- Answering complaints
- Settlement agreements
- Motions to dismiss
- Failure to pay for goods/services
- Purchase and sale of business
Not all of these matters will need to be resolved in the courtroom. A lawyer
can assist you in coming to a settlement agreement with the party who
initiated the legal action against you. This may actually save you a great
deal of time and money as opposed to a drawn out courtroom battle.
If you are being sued by a credit card company or collection agency, take
action now to protect your interests by
calling LeavenLaw. You may not want to file for bankruptcy, or this may not be the best
decision for you. Instead of filing, a St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyer
can protect your rights against your lawsuit and help you resolve this
matter without resorting to bankruptcy.