Is Bankruptcy The Debt Relief You Need?
The poor economy, lost jobs, reduced wages and skyrocketing medical costs have driven many to use credit cards to make ends meet. As the debt piles up and bills keep coming in, many feel as if they are buried under a mountain of debt with no means of escape.
At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we help people find a way out.
Located in Rogers, our lawyers help clients throughout Northwest Arkansas eliminate their debts and start fresh through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
Rogers bankruptcy attorney Chris Harris has been helping individuals file for bankruptcy and wipe their slates clean for more than 20 years. Under his guidance, you can eliminate your debts, protect your property and get the fresh start you deserve.
Get A Fresh Start
Filing for bankruptcy does not mean you aren’t a hard worker or that you are giving up. Instead, bankruptcy provides individuals the opportunity to regain control of their finances, eliminate their debts and start fresh.
At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we help clients choose the debt relief path that is best for them. Our attorneys thoroughly evaluate our clients’ debts and assets, and advise them on the advantages and disadvantages of a Chapter 7 filing or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Credit card and medical debts are the No. 1 reason people file for bankruptcy. Through bankruptcy, you can eliminate these debts.
Stop Creditor Harassment
The constant creditor phone calls and letters threatening wage garnishments, repossessions and lawsuits can often cause more stress than the underlying debt itself.
At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we stop creditor harassment. The moment you file for bankruptcy an automatic stay arises. This stay prevents creditors from contacting you in any way during the pendency of your bankruptcy proceeding.
Save Your Property, Eliminate Your Debts
Many people sell their properties and cash in their retirement accounts in an attempt to pay bills they can’t afford. Unfortunately, many still find themselves in a position where filing for bankruptcy is necessary and are left without their retirement nest eggs.
Federal bankruptcy laws shield certain assets and retirement accounts from creditors. By filing for bankruptcy, you can wipe out your debts while keeping many of your assets, including your retirement accounts.
Let Us Explain How We Can Help
Contact Hatfield Harris, PLLC, at 479-250-1962 to discuss your options for debt relief. We offer free consultations and flat fees.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.