If you are like many people who have fallen behind on their bills, you have experienced some form of creditor actions seeking repayment of the debts. Companies
will often go to great lengths to collect amounts they believe they are owed, including levying liens upon your bank accounts, repossession of vehicles, and
foreclosure on your home. Dealing with debt collectors can become overwhelming, and actions to seize your property can be devastating. Bankruptcy can stop creditor
actions against your property, or give you breathing space to restructure your debts.
What Should You Do If You Are Facing Creditor Actions?
If you owe more than you can pay, it may be time to consider your options for filing for bankruptcy. Individuals and couples can file for bankruptcy under
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, and both options offer different benefits under different circumstances. In addition to dealing with your creditors for you, Attorney
Rebecca can also help you make smart decisions about bankruptcy. Whether this means filing under Chapter 7, filing under Chapter 13 or considering other
alternatives, Attorney Rebecca will work with you personally to ensure that you make the right choice for your personal and financial circumstances.
Learn more about filing for bankruptcy in Texas:
• Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
• Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
• Is Bankruptcy Right for Me?
Speak With Attorney Rebecca M. Moughon in Confidence
If you need help to stop creditor harassment, please contact our law offices in The Woodlands, TX to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. To discuss your rights with Attorney Rebecca M. Moughon in confidence, call (832) 653-9371 or tell us how we can help online today.