Dallas Bankruptcy Attorneys & Debt Lawyers


Get the fresh start you deserve. Seek a free initial consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer on your best debt relief options and bankruptcy protection. 

Leinart Law Firm: Your Trusted Bankruptcy Attorneys in Dallas, Texas

Law Office Address: 10670 N Central Expwy, Suite 320. Dallas, TX  75231

Phone: (469) 232-3328

Email: contact@leinartlaw.com

Dallas Office Hours

Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM or by appointment

The Finest Bankruptcy Attorneys In Dallas

Leinart Law Firm specializes in bankruptcy protection and debt relief for individuals and businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The Leinart Law offices provide personal service when you need a Bankruptcy Lawyer. We have helped thousands of clients obtain a fresh start when it comes to their finances. Bankruptcy provides debt relief and lets you enjoy life once again. Our Dallas attorneys have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the bankruptcy process. Take action today! Contact us now to schedule a free consultation. There are also Non-Bankruptcy options available and we can advise what is the best move for you to make right now. You’ll be glad you did.

Don’t file for bankruptcy without consulting us. There is a lot of misinformation out there on filing bankruptcy. Get straight and accurate information on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy from an experienced, caring and compassionate bankruptcy lawyer who will answer all of your questions. We address any concerns you may have, whether you’re considering filing a bankruptcy petition or in need of debt relief. We know you will find answers to your questions and you will walk out feeling better than when you walked in.


Dallas Bankruptcy Lawyers Ready to Help You

The most common type of bankruptcy filing is Chapter 7.  Chapter 7 bankruptcy is used by those who don’t have a lot of property or other assets and who aren’t behind on house or car payments. As your local bankruptcy lawyer, we can show you how Chapter 7 allows you to wipe away most of your unsecured debt.

Chapter 13 is another common type of consumer bankruptcy filing. This type of bankruptcy can help you keep your home if you are behind on your mortgage or keep your car if you are behind on your car loan. A payment plan (often for only secured and priority debts)  is filed with the court and generally lasts three to five years. After you have made payments for three to five years, the rest of your unsecured debt is discharged (wiped out). As chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyers, we can help you determine which type of bankruptcy is best for your financial situation.

Quick Resources on Chapter 7 Bankruptcy & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy 

Trusted Dallas Debt Lawyers

From medical bills to an unexpected job loss and reduced income, debt can easily become overwhelming. But you don’t have to go through this struggle alone. Our bar-certified debt lawyers and bankruptcy attorneys can offer additional resources aside from business or personal bankruptcy protection. 

To explore your options thoroughly before you make a life-changing decision, you need the guidance and assistance of a highly experienced bankruptcy attorney. While bankruptcy is an excellent option, in some circumstances it may not be your best move. Some lawyers may immediately recommend bankruptcy for a client, even when there may be a viable alternative that would have been more beneficial in the long term. When you work with Leinart Law Firm, we will evaluate your circumstances and make an honest, thorough evaluation of your financial situation to determine whether an alternative to bankruptcy makes more sense for you.

Schedule a FREE, no-obligation consultation and evaluation today.

Bankruptcy & Debt Resources

How to File for Bankruptcy

A bankruptcy lawyer can assist you in filing for bankruptcy. However, before you file for bankruptcy you should know and understand your options. Even if bankruptcy is appropriate, should you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or should you opt for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy? And are these options even available to you?

The Definitive Guide to Bankruptcy in Texas

Filing for bankruptcy in Texas can be confusing and unnerving. Even with legal counsel, it can be comforting to know the steps needed to complete the bankruptcy process. When you go to file, you will need to write a bankruptcy petition and fill out several court forms.

What is the Bankruptcy Means Test?

Before you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you first have to qualify. The test used to qualify for chapter 7 relief is called the “means test.” This test looks at your income, assets, expenses, and determines whether you meet the guidelines to be able to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy.