Strong Bankruptcy Representation With A Personal Touch
If you are struggling with debt, you need to be sure that anyone you hire to help you will handle your case properly and do everything possible to protect your interests. There are many people and organizations in Texas that prey on those with financial problems, only to ultimately lead them deeper into debt.
At the Law Office of Jennifer Casey in The Woodlands, Texas, I have spent many years helping clients get a fresh start through comprehensive, well-planned debt relief solutions.
Let’s Get Started On Your Fresh Start
As a skilled bankruptcy attorney, I do everything possible to help each one of my clients assess his or her financial situations and access the best debt relief assistance. Depending on your circumstances, you might qualify to have your financial slate wiped clean under the U.S. Bankruptcy code. This would be a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Or, you might be better off reorganizing and reducing your debt through a Chapter 13 filing.
In other cases, I might recommend and help you pursue bankruptcy alternatives such as loan modifications and credit counseling. As your lawyer, we will look at your finances together and review the available options to get a fresh financial start.
In addition to personal bankruptcies, I assist small businesses that need to file bankruptcy to liquidate or stay in business.
The best debt relief strategy depends on your specific debts, your income and your short- and long-term interests. I truly am passionate about helping Texans resolve their financial problems through debt relief. I will help you find the best possible solution given the circumstances of your finances and needs.
Get Answers At Your Free Bankruptcy Consultation
I handle bankruptcy cases in the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, which covers the following local counties: Austin, Brazos, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend, Grimes, Harris, Madison, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker, Waller, and Wharton Counties.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.