Bankruptcy Lawyer in Sarasota
With experience, compassion and legal savvy, a local Sarasota bankruptcy lawyer with The Collins Group can help you through your financial crisis.
If you are in a mountain of debt and can see no way out, a local Sarasota bankruptcy lawyer with The Collins Law Group can help determine the best course of action. For over 10 years, we have serviced the communities of Sarasota, Manatee, DeSoto, and Charlotte Counties. We handle individuals and business through the process of filing for Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13.
When filing for bankruptcy, you will need an attorney. We provide expert services to guide you through the process. We review your financial situation and make decisions based on thorough research. Once we decide, we work with you to fill out the necessary paperwork with precision and speed, getting you back on track as soon as possible. After you have reviewed the final draft of forms, we file your case with the federal courts.
We pride ourselves in our commitment to personal service and work to stand as examples in our industry. We are members of both the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. Our lawyers also belong to the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Call today to speak with an experienced Sarasota bankruptcy lawyer with The Collins Law Group. We offer free consultations, so there’s no risk in seeing what can be done. Come to us with your questions and concerns, and together we can get you back on the road toward a brighter tomorrow.
What is Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in federal court where a “debtor”, who cannot pay his bills for a variety of reasons, can get a fresh financial beginning. Filing bankruptcy immediately stops creditors from their attempts to collect a debt from the debtor, until the bankruptcy court handles the case through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code.
- What is the Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13?
- Will Chapter 7 Erase All my Debt?
- How often can I file Bankruptcy?
- Will filing a Bankruptcy stop my creditors from calling me?
- What is the Automatic Stay?
- Do I have to file bankruptcy with my spouse?
- If I File for Bankruptcy Will I have to go to Court?
The Common Reasons for a Consumer Bankruptcy:
- Uninsured illness
- Divorce and marital problems
- Loss of job or overtime
- Credit card overextension to pay bills
- Car accidents
- Combination of all of the above
Your Bankruptcy Options:
If you are seeking a Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, or Arcadia bankruptcy lawyer to assist you in these difficult economic times, please contact us today to set up a free consultation.