Knoxville Debt Relief Attorney
Serving Clients in Knox County
If you are struggling with overwhelming debt, you may be wondering what options you have. Many people think they have to simply wait out their debt and deal with the consequences, but that is not the case.
You have the right to seek relief from your debts through debt relief services in Tennessee.
At The Law Offices Of Mayer & Newton, we provide debt relief services in Tennessee. We can help you file for bankruptcy, as well as help you explore other debt relief options. We have extensive experience in helping clients find relief from debt.
To see if you are eligible for debt relief, contact us online or call (865) 328-7993. Our Knoxville debt relief attorney offers flexible payment options.
How We Can Help You File for Bankruptcy
When you file for bankruptcy, you will go through the bankruptcy process, which involves several steps. Before you can file for bankruptcy, you must first complete the credit counseling process. This will help you determine if you are eligible to file for bankruptcy.
Next, you will need to complete the bankruptcy means test. This will help you determine if you qualify for filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy or Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Once you have determined the type of bankruptcy you will file for, you will need to complete the bankruptcy forms. You will need to gather several important documents and information to complete the forms.
Once you have completed the forms, you will need to file them with the bankruptcy court. At this point, the court will notify your creditors that you are filing for bankruptcy. They will then be able to object to your bankruptcy. If they do not object, you will get a discharge of your debts. If they do object, you will need to attend the creditors' meeting.
If you have questions about filing for bankruptcy or you need help completing the bankruptcy forms, our experienced debt relief attorneys in Knoxville can help. We can guide you through the bankruptcy process, ensuring you receive the relief you need.
Other Debt Relief Options
If you do not qualify for bankruptcy or you would prefer not to file for bankruptcy, we can also help you explore other debt relief options. These other options are less drastic than bankruptcy, but they can still help you get out of debt.
Some of these options include:
If you are interested in exploring other debt-relief options, we can help you determine which option is best for you. We can help you file for these options, as well as help you negotiate with your creditors and debt collectors.
Contact Our Knoxville Debt Relief Attorney
If you are struggling with overwhelming debt, do not ignore the problem. You have options and our firm can help you explore them. We can help you determine if you can file for bankruptcy, as well as help you explore other debt-relief options.
If you need help filing for bankruptcy, we can help you with that as well. Our firm has extensive experience in helping clients find relief from debt.
To see if you are eligible for debt relief, contact our firm online or call (865) 328-7993. We offer flexible payment options.
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