|Bankruptcy can be complicated. We're here to get you through the maze. We don't just file your papers and wait for a
hearing date; we are with you every step of the way. For more than ten years our firm has helped clients on the road to financial recovery. We help people file
Chapter 7 liquidation and Chapter 13 debt repayment.|
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows you to get rid of certain types of debts, such as credit cards, medical bills, bank loans, and finance company loans in just a
few months after filing your case. It is a liquidation proceeding in which your non-exempt assets, if any, are sold and the proceeds distributed to your creditors. It
frees up your income and allows you to rebuild your credit within months of filing your case.
We can represent you in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case if your domicile, residence, principal place of business or principal assets are
located in Houston, Texas or any of the following Texas counties:
Aransas County, Austin County, Bee County, Brazoria County, Brazos County, Brooks County, Calhoun County, Cameron County, Chambers County, Colorado County, DeWitt County, Duval County, Fayette County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County, Goliad County, Grimes County, Harris County, Hidalgo County, Jackson County, Jim Hogg County, Jim Wells County, Kennedy County, Kleberg County, LaSalle County, Lavaca County, Madison County,
Matagorda County, McMullen County, Montgomery County, Nueces County, Refugio County, San Jacinto County, San Patricio County, Starr County, Victoria County, Walker County, Waller County, Webb County, Willacy County, Wharton County, Zapata County.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy allows you to keep your property if you agree to repay your creditors in three to five years. Most people file Chapter 13 when they fall behind on
mortgage or vehicle payments. Chapter 13 allows you to bounce back and save your home from being foreclosed or vehicle from being repossessed. If you want to keep your
home or car and you've missed your monthly payments, Chapter 13 may be your solution.
We can represent you in a chapter 13 bankruptcy case if your domicile, residence, principal place of business or principal assets are
located in Houston or the following counties:
Chapter 13 Cases: Austin County, Brazoria County, Brazos County, Chambers County, Colorado County, Fayette County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County, Grimes County, Harris County, Matagorda County, Madison County, Montgomery County, San Jacinto County,
Walker County, Waller County, and Wharton County.
Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer
Most people are relieved when they meet with us and discover how bankruptcy really works. Contact Houston, Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer P.J. Franklin today for your free confidential consultation. Stop
feeling stressed out. Stop feeling worried. Stop feeling like there is no hope. We listen. We care. We help.