Arkansas Bankruptcy Lawyer
Filing for Bankruptcy in Arkansas
If you’re unable to pay your debts or you’re at risk of losing your home, you’re not alone. The Arkansas deft relief lawyers at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton are here to help you discharge debts, stop foreclosure, prevent repossession, and end debt collection harassment. We’ve helped others find debt relief through bankruptcy protection, and we can help you, too. Contact us to schedule a meeting with an Arkansas bankruptcy lawyer at our law firm regarding any of the following matters:
- Arkansas Chapter 7 bankruptcy: elimination through a one-time liquidation process
- Arkansas Chapter 13 bankruptcy: consolidation with lower monthly payments
There are laws that control what debt collectors can do and say. The Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Arkansas Fair Debt Practices Act, the Arkansas Unfair and Deceptive Practices Act, and the Federal Trade Commission’s Credit Practices Rule were all established to protect your rights as a consumer. Our Arkansas bankruptcy lawyers know the rules. We will explain how you can stop creditor harassment. If a collector steps over the line, we are ready to apply the law and take legal action as necessary.
Our law firm knows how to help you, and we know how to get you the help you need with your limited financial resources. We realize that people in need of bankruptcy protection are struggling, and we understand that it is difficult to hire an attorney when you are concerned about the costs involved. Give our attorneys a call so we can discuss bankruptcy, foreclosure, debt collections, collection agencies, and your particular financial circumstances. Once we know what you need, we’ll be able to better assess your costs.
*There are no upfront attorney fees when you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and the bankruptcy court monitors all the other fees you are charged.
* We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code.
*The No Fee Guarantee® does not apply to bankruptcy cases.