Are you living with the burden of overwhelming debt? Do harassing phone calls from credit card companies and threats of car repossession have you wondering where to turn? Since 1993, consumers have turned to the Law Office of Robert A. DePont for experienced help with their financial burdens. Through Chapter 7 bankruptcy, we can help you obtain debt relief and start fresh on your finances.
We can help you get debt relief
Many people who are living in debt have fallen into financial trouble because of an illness, job loss, credit card debt, or even divorce. Living in debt can result in stress and uncertainty, and it is not necessary. In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most types of debt are discharged completely. Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy can do the following:
- Stop creditor harassment immediately
- Stop wage garnishment
- Stop repossessions
- Halt foreclosures
- Halt interest and penalties
How do you know if bankruptcy is right for you?
Many people who are experiencing financial problems need good information and a comfortable, nonjudgmental place to consider their options. Robert DePont provides straightforward and respectful advice. He can speak with you frankly about your financial situation and help you decide if Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the best decision in your circumstances.
For some, bankruptcy is the most advisable route to take. For example, if you are a homeowner with significant credit card debt, eliminating the credit card debt may allow you to save your home. Likewise, if you have significant credit card debt, it can be very difficult to pay your student loans. Eliminating that credit card debt may make it possible for you to stabilize your financial situation.
Each person and every situation is unique. We can discuss your options and help you make this important decision.
Call (410) 263-0632 or contact us by e-mail for your free bankruptcy consultation. Our office hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., and we can arrange after-hours appointments if necessary. We are located just steps off Church Circle in Annapolis.