Arkansas Bankruptcy Lawyer
Most people who file bankruptcy are good people who have fallen upon bad times. We treat all of our clients with the dignity and respect they deserve. If you are having trouble paying your bills and it has you feeling stressed, worried or uncertain, this can be a fresh, stress free new start. At the Harris Law Firm, we have helped thousands of clients deal with debt problems including saving their homes from foreclosure
and their automobiles from repossession
. Are you are tired of creditor harassment
, never ending credit card debt, or worried about losing your home, car or paycheck? If so, contact us today and let us show you how we can help. As an individual, your options are either Chapter 7
or Chapter 13
. If you are not clear on which Chapter might be best for you, this section may be helpful: Chapter 7 vs. 13: Which is Right For You?
. We offer a free no obligation consultation to help you make an informed decision as to whether or not bankruptcy is the right choice for you.
What Bankruptcy Can Do For You.
When debts go unpaid, legal action almost always occurs one way or the other. Legal actions like foreclosure, repossession, lawsuits, and garnishments. Losing your house or automobile can completely disrupt your life. Garnishments not only disrupt your flow of income, but many employers will fire someone who gets too many garnishments on their paycheck. By filing a bankruptcy action, you file a legal action that puts the law on your side and allows you to regain control of your finances. It allows you to control your finances in an orderly and predictable manner that protects you from disruptions like wage garnishments and repossessions. Bankruptcy stops all collection efforts and harassment immediately. It helps get you back on track so that these things never happen to you again.
Filing bankruptcy is a legal and respectable way to take control of difficult situations rather than letting financial problem linger and continue to get out of control. Many of our most famous leaders like Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Ulysses S. Grant have used bankruptcy as a legal remedy to solve their debt problems. Stress over financial problems can cause you to miss out on the important things in life.
What We Can Do For You.
We understand that people needing to file bankruptcy usually don't have a lot of money to pay up front. We structure our fees so that you can start either a Chapter 7 or 13 with no money down on attorney fees. If you cannot afford to pay the court's filing fee up front, we file a motion with the Court (at no charge to you) to allow the filing fee to be paid out. We do not charge for initial consultation and our free consultation includes calculating means tests and Chapter 13 plans. There is never a fee unless you decide to file. Our fees are affordable and we tell you up front what they are (see our section on Fees and Costs
). We use state of the art technology including software that allows us to import two credit reports directly onto your schedules to make sure all creditors are listed. The law also requires you to complete a credit counseling course prior to filing bankruptcy. We offer this course free at our office saving clients that initial cost. We advise and counsel you every step of the way to make it easy to understand and go through the process. Your case is handled by both an attorney and a paralegal to make sure it gets the attention you deserve. Our founding attorney, Gregory Harris, has been practicing bankruptcy law since 1982. He has the experience needed to make sure your case is handled properly. Attorney Michael Brechlin is also a member of our firm and is an experienced bankruptcy attorney. We offer the personalized service you get with a small firm
Let Us Show You How We Can Help
The Harris Law Firm is experienced in helping Arkansans file Chapter 7. We have over 25 years of legal experience. Contact us
at the Harris Law Firm. You can call us at 501-372-6985 or set an appointment online
. We offer free consultation. There is never a fee unless you decide to file.