YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR OWN FUTURE AND STOP HARASSMENT FROM YOUR CREDITORS
When you are heavily in debt, it can feel like you will never get out from under this burden. Creditors will call you at all hours of the day and night, threatening lawsuits or repossession of your property. Bills may go unpaid because you just don't have the money.
Fortunately, you can get out of debt, quickly and legally. Bankruptcy allows you to discharge all of your unsecured debt. If you are buried under a mountain of debt and you have no hope of working your way out, bankruptcy may be the solution for you.
Weaver Law Firm will help you assess your financial situation and figure out whether you qualify for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We know how difficult it can be to carry that burden of debt around every day. We want to help you get a fresh start in your financial life so you can move forward. Our attorneys have helped many people in Gainesville, Cumming, Dawsonville and all over North Georgia extinguish their debt so they can start over and rebuild their finances on solid ground. We can help you do the same.
HOW CAN FILING FOR CHAPTER 7 or CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY HELP ME?
Most people panic when they hear the word bankruptcy. They think about their credit rating and how a bankruptcy will affect their future finances. Believe it or not, debt relief can improve your credit rating. Once your debts are discharged, you can rebuild your credit within a year or two if you pay your bills regularly and stay out of further debt.
Bankruptcy can also help by:
Putting an automatic stay in place to stop creditors from harassing you or repossessing your property
Stopping or preventing garnishment of your wages
Helping you keep your house or car (depending on your situation)
One of our lawyers will sit down with you and review your financial situation. He or she will determine whether you can qualify for debt relief. If so, we will guide you every step of the way, from gathering your information and submitting your petition to the day your debts are discharged.