Providing Practical Solutions To Credit Card Debt
Finances can be difficult to manage. Before you know it, you can find yourself under a considerable amount of credit card debt. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed and unsure about how to dig yourself out. You need a bankruptcy attorney who will work with you to find the best possible solution. Phoenix Law is a family-owned firm that has helped clients through Michigan find debt relief.
Many people become dependent on credit cards. From covering medical expenses to losing a job, people are just trying to make ends meet. While your situation may seem insurmountable, remember that debt relief is available. Together we will consider all of your options and determine what is best for you. For people throughout Michigan, filing for bankruptcy is the best solution to heavy credit card debt.
For a free consultation with an experienced and caring bankruptcy attorney, call us in Livonia at 734-779-9999 or complete our contact form. We look forward to helping you make a fresh start.
Automatic Stay: What Is It?
If we determine that it is in your best interest to file for bankruptcy, a court order called an “automatic stay” will be immediately put into place. The automatic stay stops civil lawsuits from being brought against you, and stops collection actions from being taken. An automatic stay prevents:
- Utility disconnections, including water, electric and gas
- Foreclosure on your home, including eviction
- Wage garnishments
- Interruption of your public benefits
At Phoenix Law, we provide outstanding guidance and representation in Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We can help you get the fresh start you are looking for.
Call Today To Get Started
If you are suffering from credit card debt, we are here to help you find a solution. Call our Livonia office today for a free consultation at 734-779-9999 or fill out our contact form. Please include your name and a time you would like to meet. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve meaningful debt relief.