Our knowledgeable bankruptcy law professionals will assist you with getting through the process successfully.
While much of law is complex and challenging to understand, bankruptcy law is at the top of the list when it comes to a list of pitfalls you need to avoid if you are going to get the results you anticipate. That is why you should never file for bankruptcy without first meeting with a bankruptcy law professional. If you are struggling with credit card debt, business debt, medical bills, and/or other financial obligations, the first thing you need to know is whether bankruptcy is a viable option for you. When you meet with us at Bennett Guthrie PLLC, we’ll go over the types of bankruptcy and discuss everything you need to know about how to move forward.
Often, what you do before you actually file is important, so we will look at your financial situation and any actions you may have taken that could cause an issue based on bankruptcy law. Some actions, such as hiding assets, can result in criminal proceedings, so you need to know what you can and cannot do. While it may seem disconcerting to disclose financial information, keep in mind that there are no secrets in bankruptcy, and you’ll need to reveal everything about your money, assets, debts, income, and contemplated business activities as you work through the process. We always encourage you to discuss any financial transaction you are considering with us, so we can advise you about its ramifications for your bankruptcy case.
We understand that bankruptcy law is confusing and that the process has emotional undertones that make it stressful, but with the help of our knowledgeable bankruptcy law professionals, you can reach a successful conclusion and start on the road to the financial future you envision. Contact us today to get started with a consultation to learn more about our services for the Greensboro, North Carolina area and how bankruptcy law works.
At Bennett Guthrie PLLC, we provide bankruptcy law services throughout North Carolina, including Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Clemmons, Mocksville, Lexington, King, Kernersville, and High Point.