Utah Bankruptcy Attorneys
It is not too late! Save your homes and preserve your home equity. We can file a bankruptcy case for you immediately, to stop all creditors from non-stop telephone calls and legal actions including, garnishment, foreclosure, seizure of assets, repossession, IRS levies, and most importantly, lawsuits.
Call us now for a free appointment at your most convenient time and we can start the following:
Free initial consultation and planning session wherein we answer all your questions.
on wherein we answer all your questions.
Thorough review of your case.
Mandatory appearance with one of our attorneys.
What is Bankruptcy?
There are two most common types of consumer bankruptcy: the chapter 7 and chapter 13.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Lawyers In Utah
That is where we come in. We ensure that you will go through the process without getting stressed, with all the possible help we can extend.
So, why us?
We Understand your Situation
We Offer Free Advice
Although we have discussed Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 above, we will also examine if another type can help you achieve your financial goals. We never give up!
We will detail one by one what you can expect during the process.
We will be honest and tell you whether your case involves risks and difficulties.
We are available through calls and emails to promptly answer any questions you may want to ask regarding your case.
We Ensure Filing Bankruptcy Case is Easy for You
We Make Sure You Comply With All the Requirements Needed
Completing pre-bankruptcy credit counseling six months before filing your case.
Utah’s 2005 Bankruptcy Act says that the court will analyze your income and expenses for the past six months to determine which type you should apply for.
Gather paperwork and itemize your current income sources, monthly living expenses, major financial transactions for the past two years, secured and unsecured debts, and all assets and possessions. This also includes your tax returns for the last two years, documents of any loans you have, deeds to any real estate you own, and cars.
We Protect your Properties
We Handle the Paying of your Debts
In our past experiences with other clients, we take pride in making sure that they did not pay one creditor a bigger amount than other creditors before filing for bankruptcy. That’s what we are going to do with your case, especially with your friends or family. In this circumstance, it can be considered as a preferential transfer, wherein the bankruptcy trustee may even file a lawsuit to recover money that should have been distributed evenly among all creditors.