Franklin Bankruptcy Lawyer
Serving Clients in Franklin, Tennessee and throughout Middle Tennessee
Are you contemplating bankruptcy? Are you mired in insurmountable consumer debt or at risk of losing your home? Are you in collection and tired of creditor harassment? Do you need legal assistance with a real estate matter or transaction? All of these situations can be handled by a legal professional in Franklin who is highly knowledgeable and skilled in the pertinent laws, court decisions, and court systems which process such issues. If you are facing any one of these legal dilemmas, we recommend that you contact a Franklin bankruptcy attorney at our firm today for a consultation about your case.
We are a medium-sized boutique law firm that focuses on bankruptcy and real estate matters for all prospective clients throughout Williamson County. Our firm serves Franklin, Brentwood, Spring Hill, Fairview, College Grove, Columbia, Lewisburg, Lawrenceburg, Centerville, and all of middle Tennessee. We are extremely well-versed in all legal aspects of bankruptcy and real estate and have the skills and resources to ensure that your legal matter is handled with efficiency and thoroughness. We understand the stress and anxiety connected with any legal issue, especially those connected with debt, bankruptcy and property ownership. Our mission is to help you make informed legal decisions and follow through with the legal work necessary to safely resolve your state of affairs.
Cases We Handle
If you are currently overwhelmed with debt and are looking for a way out, an attorney at our firm may be able to help you with either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. We can help you file your initial petition to stop all debt collection efforts against you and can protect your rights through the entirebankruptcy process to help you experience the specific benefits that bankruptcy may have to offer you. When you work with our team through your bankruptcy or even when you undergo a consultation and case analysis with a professional at our firm, you can get helpful information on how to save your home from foreclosure, what property will be protected under state and/or federal bankruptcy exemptions, how to stopcreditor harassment and what to expect in life after bankruptcy. We are prepared to answer your bankruptcy questions and can give you the truth about any bankruptcy myths you may have heard.
In addition to representing Franklin debtors in all types of bankruptcy proceedings, our firm addresses other areas of law, including real estate litigation, foreclosure defense, personal injury, estate planning andprobate. Any of these issues may present particular difficulties for our clients. If you are looking to mount a foreclosure defense to save your home, you need to know the specific provisions and clauses in your deed of trust agreement or mortgage. A Franklin foreclosure defense lawyer can walk you through the various options available and help you take the best plan of action in this highly complicated procedure. We will be by your side during developments of your foreclosure defense, from the filing of legal actions, judicial rulings, and generic forms to the recovery of your home. The lending institution will not have your best interests in mind, therefore it is important to have a caring professional legal mind on your side.
If you are facing a probate issue concerning the disposition of property belonging to deceased persons, you must first petition for probate in a Tennessee state court. This is an extremely technical process, but with the help of our firm, your probate case can be resolved in a smooth and efficient manner. In providing compassionate, one-on-one client service and dedicated representation, our goal is to alleviate any of the pressure our clients are experiencing. We use all of our resources and experience to seek the best result possible in every case we take on.
Contact a Franklin Bankruptcy Attorney
Debt, bankruptcy, and foreclosure situations can be difficult for those facing them. You may not want to discuss your failing financial picture with another. You may be embarrassed, humiliated, confused, or at a complete loss. Don’t be. The federal government put bankruptcy courts out there for a reason. There are legitimate legal solutions for overwhelming debt. Talk to a Williamson County bankruptcy and real estate attorney at our firm to learn about the legal options available to you.
Need help with a bankruptcy, real estate matter, or related legal issue in Franklin? Contact a Franklin bankruptcy lawyer at our firm today!