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People have so many misconceptions about filing bankruptcy and what it entails. They think bankruptcy will ruin your credit, that you will lose your house, car or other valued possession, or that they do not even qualify for bankruptcy.
The bankruptcy laws were designed to protect debtors and give them a fresh start with their finances. Creditors can be calling you at odd hours, interrupting your sleep at night, threatening you over the phone simply because you owe them money.
If you need to start afresh, the experienced Bankruptcy lawyers at Salu & Salu Law Firm are available to help you. We help clients seeking debt relief in the following areas:
Stop creditors from calling you and harassing you because of unpaid debts. Call us today.
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Sometimes, filing bankruptcy can be the only way to solve your problem. Due to the automatic stay provision of the Bankruptcy Code, debtors can get help with financial and property-related matters including:
- Stop Foreclosure by Mortgage Company
- Stop or Prevent Wage Garnishment
- Debt Recovery
- Credit Cards and Hospital Bills
- Recovery of Re-Possessed Car or Personal Property
- Unpaid Taxes by IRS and other governmental agencies
- Strip Property Liens
- Loan Modification
- Student Loans
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If you need to file bankruptcy, contact one of our bankruptcy attorneys today or call us at 662-342-7007 or 888-560-6690 for a confidential and FREE CONSULTATION. We serve clients in North Mississippi, West Tennessee, and Florida, including Southaven, Olive Branch, Horn Lake, Memphis, Cordova, Collierville and several counties including Desoto County, Tunica County, Tate County and Lafayette County.
We will discuss the available legal options for your specific case and answer any of your bankruptcy related questions, including fees needed to file.
Credit Cards and Hospital Bills
Recovery of Repossessed Car or Personal Property
Unpaid Taxes by IRS and other governmental agencies
Strip Property Liens
Bankruptcy and Divorce