Helping You Get The Fresh Start You Need
Tired of juggling bills from month-to-month? Afraid to answer your phone in the evening or open letters from creditors?
If you are trying to work your way out of deep personal debt, there is something your creditors don’t want you to know: The deck is stacked against you. High interest rates, late fees and penalties are designed to keep you in debt.
“The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower becomes the lender’s slave.” Proverbs 22:7
But here is good news: You don’t have to stay a slave to debt. Bankruptcy gives Americans a second chance.
We are the bankruptcy lawyers of Hoard Law, P.C. and The Hoard Law Group, Ltd., serving individuals and families in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Chicago, Illinois. The primary focus of our practice is to help people get a fresh start from overwhelming debt.
Don’t lose another night’s sleep over bills. Talk to us about:
- Whether you should sign a contract with a debt settlement company (you shouldn’t)
- How to completely eliminate most or many debts by filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
- Wiping debts clean in as little as three years through a Chapter 13 debt consolidation
- How to keep your house and car while getting rid of all or most other debts?
- Lowering your house payment by removing a second mortgage
Imagine Your Life Free From Debt
We have helped numerous people get a fresh start and will explain the bankruptcy process when we meet. As you may have already learned, ignoring your creditors won’t make them go away. By filing bankruptcy, you can put a stop to all legal actions they may already be taking against you.
Bankruptcy Is Real Debt Relief — Turn Your Problem Over To Us
Let’s start by correcting some myths about bankruptcy that credit card companies want you to believe. Call us at 704-954-8094 or contact us by email to arrange an opportunity to sit down with one of our Chicago or Charlotte bankruptcy attorneys right away. Start sleeping better tonight.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.