San Antonio Bankruptcy Attorney
Experienced Personal Bankruptcy and Business Reorganization Representation & Credit Card Defense in Texas
If you are one of the millions of Americans struggling with overwhelming unpaid debt, you are not alone. There are a number of valid explanations as to why good, hardworking people throughout Texas are facing insurmountable debt they cannot afford to repay. Maybe you were recently laid off from your job or your business has closed due to the poor economy? Maybe you have large medical bills from an unexpected accident, injury, or illness? Or perhaps there was a family emergency or death in the family? Maybe a divorce is to blame? Regardless of the reason behind your current financial situation, there are viable options available for overcoming your debts in order to achieve a fresh financial start in life.
When faced with mounting debt, you may want to consider bankruptcy as an option. Bankruptcy is a very practical way to get a handle your finances and overcome your financial burdens. After you’ve successfully filed for bankruptcy, your creditors will no longer be able to contact you and harass you for money. They will also be prohibited from taking legal action against you. Furthermore, if your wages or Social Security benefits are currently being garnished , that will cease as well. Any repossessions of your property will stop. Bankruptcy can also be used to avoid certain liens and to “redeem” (buy back) certain types of property from valid lienholders.
How a Skilled Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help
Before filing for bankruptcy, it’s best to speak with a knowledgeable and well-practiced bankruptcy lawyer you can trust to guide you through the bankruptcy process and help you fill out and file your petition. San Antonio bankruptcy lawyer Martin Seidler, a former Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee, has helped countless clients throughout Texas seek financial relief through bankruptcy, and can do the same for you. Mr. Seidler understands that filing for bankruptcy can seem frightening. You may be thinking, “What will this mean for my future?” “Will I be able to restore my credit?” “What will my friends and family think?”
You shouldn’t feel ashamed or embarrassed about filing for bankruptcy. Countless hardworking people have needed to file for bankruptcy protection. The point of bankruptcy is to help you pay off your debts and get your finances under control, so you can move forward with your life and onto a better and brighter future! Martin Seidler has helped persons of all professions and walks of life through the bankruptcy process. His clients include ex-City of San Antonio councilman, state representatives, doctors, lawyers, accountants, police officers, border patrol agents, active and retired military and civil service workers, former bank presidents, disabled veterans, insurance and real estate brokers and agents, business owners, fraud victims, farmers, ranchers, oilmen, independent truck drivers, persons with huge medical bills and/or credit card debt, divorced individuals left with sizeable debt and, just ordinary people with too much debt to handle.
Whether you’re considering filing for Chapter 7,Chapter 11,Chapter 12,Chapter 13 or, if you are in need of foreclosure defense or credit card defense, San Antonio bankruptcy attorney Martin Seidler can provide you with the personal attention, dedication, and experienced legal counsel you need. You can trust Mr. Seidler to keep you well-informed throughout the bankruptcy process, so you can make decisions that best serve your future and your financial well-being.
To schedule a consultation to discuss your legal options, contact San Antonio bankruptcy attorney Martin Seidler today!
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The Law Offices of Martin Seidler serves clients throughout south and central Texas including San Antonio, New Braunfels, San Marcos, Kyle, Buda, Austin, Bastrop, Menard, Llano, Marble Falls, Georgetown, Gonzales, Boerne, Floresville, Laredo Brackettville, Eagle Pass, Pearsall, Crystal City, Hondo, Uvalde, Del Rio, Burnet, Leakey, Rocksprings, Karnes City, Nixon, Comfort, Junction, Kerrville, Fredericksburg, Ingram, Hunt, Mason, Junction, Seguin, Johnson City, Giddings, and Corpus Christi.