Common Myths About Bankruptcy
Know the Truth – Call Our Experienced Tyler and Mineola Bankruptcy Lawyer
If you are currently considering filing for bankruptcy, you have most likely done a bit of research. Unfortunately, there is a lot of false information out there, especially from friends or family members who feel they know best. It can be easy to fall into wrong beliefs thanks to common myths about bankruptcy. At Campbell Law Firm, we have more than 30 years of experience in bankruptcy law and would be happy to help clear up any confusion you may have.
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The Answers You Need
When you choose to work with our Tyler and Mineola bankruptcy attorney and supportive legal team, you can rely on us to provide you with sound legal guidance and representation. Going through this bankruptcy process on your own can be quite complicated and overwhelming, which is where we come in to help. We provide you with informative facts in order to dispel any myths.
- Myth #1: Your credit is going to be ruined forever if you file for bankruptcy. Truth is, it will temporarily affect your credit, but you can begin rebuilding your score right after filing for bankruptcy.
- Myth #2: If you file for bankruptcy, you will lose all your property. Truth is, in most cases, people keep all their property in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 also allows you to save your property as long as you follow your repayment plan.
- Myth #3: The only people who file for bankruptcy are irresponsible or ignorant. Truth is, situations occur that leave individuals scrambling financially. Lost jobs, medical emergencies, and unforeseen events can make keeping up on daily bills difficult.
Dispelling Misconceptions About Bankruptcy
We are highly knowledgeable in the field of bankruptcy law and can use our extensive experience to your advantage. Our attorney has earned an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. We offer complimentary consultations to clients who are considering filing for bankruptcy, in order to provide you with more information on your options.
Contact our office today at (903) 345-0031 for a free case evaluation!