Montgomery County Maryland Bankruptcy Court Lawyer
Has your debt become unmanageable? Are you receiving harassing phone calls from creditors at work and at home? Is your home being threatened with foreclosure? Are you facing an IRS levy or tax lien? Are you facing lawsuits, garnishments and other oppressive collection practices? If so, it may be time for you to consider bankruptcy.
As experienced consumer bankruptcy lawyers, we will explain all of your options so you can make an informed decision about whether bankruptcy is right for you. With offices in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, we serve clients throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. The experienced consumer bankruptcy lawyers of Gilman & Edwards, LLC can help you relieve the burden of debt by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy or even Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The decision to file bankruptcy is never easy, but there are many cases when protecting your home and assets can only be achieved using the nation’s bankruptcy laws. That is why you should seek the professional advice of a Maryland bankruptcy attorney. Richard Gilman and Kasey Edwards are both members of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), and as such both are well equipped to guide you through the bankruptcy filing process.
Bankruptcy laws have changed in recent years. Through the changes, the attorneys of Gilman & Edwards, LLC remain positioned to help both individuals and families restructure their debt. If you want to get a fresh start on your finances, and stop harassing phone calls and wage garnishments, turning to our Maryland bankruptcy lawyers to file bankruptcy is the best option for you.
Depending on your situation, you can file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy or Chapter 11 bankruptcy to obtain relief from your financial obligations. Filing for any type of bankruptcy puts an immediate stay on all lawsuits and collection efforts against you. Chapter 7 can allow eligible people to erase many of their debts without payment. Chapter 13 allows debtors to erase their debts through a payment plan.
Do not hesitate when it comes to addressing your debt. If your financial situation is spiraling out of control, contact the Rockville bankruptcy attorneys of Gilman & Edwards, LLC to learn more about filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
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You don’t have to face serious financial circumstances alone. We can help. Contact us to learn whether bankruptcy is right for you.