Lawsuits and Judgments Lawyers
Experienced Lawsuit and Judgment Debt Relief Attorneys
If your debt collection has escalated to a lawsuit, there are still options available for you. An experienced attorney can help you analyze your current situation and provide you with your next steps, including bankruptcy. Leinart Law Firm can help you understand whether bankruptcy is a viable solution for you.
Having more than 15 years of experience, we can tell you the benefits and limitations of the bankruptcy laws and how they apply to your situation so you can make an informed decision. Our practice focuses exclusively on bankruptcy law, so you can be assured that the information you receive is up to date.
We offer a free, no-obligation consultation so you can come to an intelligent decision about your future. The sooner you speak with experienced lawyers and judgments attorneys, the sooner you can explore your options.
Our Areas of Expertise
If you have one of the following issues, Leinart Law can help you:
- Judgment issued against you
- Back taxes
- Pending credit card debt lawsuit
- Being on the verge of having a lawsuit filed against you
- Overwhelming debt
How can attorneys at Leinart Law Firm help you after a lawsuit or judgment? The bankruptcy laws put an immediate stop to collection efforts. In other words, after our attorney files your bankruptcy, the creditors and collection agencies must stop all collection efforts, including:
- Annoying phone calls
- Pending lawsuits
- Creditor or collection company harassment
- Wage garnishments
Here is a brief overview of some solutions that we offer. Please note that it is only a small part of what we can do for you.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – This is the fastest way to declare bankruptcy both for businesses and individuals because it involves total liquidation of your debts including medical debt. We will analyze your income by comparing it against the median income in Texas households of equal size. Based on the results, we will decide if you can recover from your financial issues; if not, then you qualify for Chapter 7. If you can still recover, then we will look for other options.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – Chapter 13 bankruptcy is recommended only for businesses that are based on sole proprietorship. Unfortunately, the Chapter 13 proceedings can take a long time, but at least they allow you to retain your business. If you file for Chapter 13, you have an option to reorganize your debts and repay them in a way that you can reasonably afford. Attorneys at Leinart Law Firm will cooperate with you during the entire process. They will work together with you to develop a repayment plan that will convince the court to give you another chance with your business without arresting your assets or property.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy – This bankruptcy case is similar to Chapter 13, but it is suitable for business types other than sole proprietorship, i.e. partnership, corporation, or Limited Liability Company. Some business types, such as LLCs, are organized in the way that protects the owners from personal liability for business debts. However, there may be some loopholes that the creditors can use to claim those debts. Our attorneys will use their skills and experience to educate you on all possible cases and develop a proactive strategy that will protect you from all possible threats.
Bankruptcy can help you eliminate or reduce debt, so do not hesitate to contact our experienced lawsuit and judgment debt relief attorneys today. We offer a complimentary consultation and evaluation to ensure that we can help you with your lawsuit or judgment matter, and discuss how the bankruptcy laws can work for you.