How To Protect Your Property When Bankruptcy Is Imminent
As you consider your need for debt relief, you naturally think about how to protect the things that matter most to you. Take time to clarify in your own mind what your most prized possessions are. Then talk to an experienced debt relief lawyer for personalized advice about how to protect your property.
Finding yourself unable to pay your bills can be distressing. It is even more distressing to lose important things valuable to you, including:
- Your house
- Your car
- Your home furnishings
- Your jewelry
- Your tools of the trade
- Other types of collectibles such as guns and art
- Your financial assets, including your paychecks
Perhaps you are ready and willing to let many of your possessions go – but not all of them. Consult with a debt relief attorney about your debt burdens, as well as your options for protecting property from foreclosure, repossession or liquidation in bankruptcy.
A Valuable Resource For People Considering Bankruptcy
I am bankruptcy lawyer April Perry Randle, and I am ready and willing to give you the information you need about protecting your property during bankruptcy. If the possibility of bankruptcy is even on your mind, I urge you to take action before you experience a financial emergency such as garnishment of your wages by a creditor.
Maybe you are ready to let your house go but want to keep your car – or vice versa. Maybe you need an attorney’s opinion about what will happen to investment funds in your name, such as retirement accounts and annuities. Which are exempt in a bankruptcy filing? Do all need to be included in your list of assets?
There is no substitute for personalized legal counsel as you consider a major move such as filing bankruptcy. I can help evaluate all your personal property, including stocks and inheritances, as you look for ways to eliminate debt while protecting your house, car and other possessions.
Contact Law Office of April Perry Randle, PLLC, For More Information
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.