Bankruptcy-Overview

Southaven Bankruptcy Attorney

These days, almost everybody has a friend or relative who is struggling financially and needs relief. If you are struggling, know that there is a solution that can eliminate your debts and help you get back on your feet: That solution is bankruptcy.

Many people refuse to consider bankruptcy out of fear or misunderstanding. They mistakenly think that bankruptcy will cause them to lose their homes or most important possessions or that it will permanently damage their credit ratings. Other people believe that declaring bankruptcy is morally wrong and that being caught in a debt trap is something they deserve or must work out of "no matter what."

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At Hughes Law Group, PLLC, we ask our clients a simple question: If you start now, can you reasonably get out of debt in a year? If the answer is "no," then Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy should be among your financial options.

Both options are designed to help people remove themselves from toxic financial situations, and each has distinct advantages. The potential benefits to your life and the lives of your family members are undeniable.

If you live in northern Mississippi or southern Tennessee, here is what bankruptcy can do for you:

  • End creditor harassment
  • Protect your home, car and other possessions from seizure by debt collectors
  • Stop paycheck/wage garnishments
  • Eliminate debts completely or restructure them so they are easier to repay
  • Provide peace of mind and a fresh start

In a world in which bill collectors, banks and other creditors have an unfair advantage, you can protect yourself from financial exploitation. Bankruptcy is an important protection and a guaranteed right for all Americans.

For more information, please read our Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy pages, as well as our page on bankruptcy frequently asked questions.

Free Bankruptcy Consultation | Southaven Bankruptcy Lawyer

At Hughes Law Group, PLLC, our experienced bankruptcy attorney, John Hughes, can meet with you, discuss your options, and advise you on a strategy designed to put your financial house in order and give you a fresh start and peace of mind.

To discuss your financial options privately in a free initial consultation with our experienced bankruptcy attorney, contact us online or by calling 662-404-8435.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.