Bankruptcy Attorney in Hillsborough
Legal Services for Debtors & Creditors in Tough Bankruptcy Cases
Unfortunately, we can all fall on hard financial times, and sometimes bankruptcy is necessary. Whether business or personal, Browner Law, PLLC can work to help make the experience as simple, quick, and painless as possible so that you can begin preparing for the future.
During an initial consultation, we can discuss the facts of your case and lay out a basic framework for how you may wish to proceed. We can also discuss how to best protect your interests, as well as all projected costs. With over 15 years of legal experience, our Hillsborough bankruptcy attorney is ready to guide you forward.
Sometimes a fast process is best so that everyone can move on. Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to liquidate property quickly with the oversight of a trustee. Your trustee will sell assets on your behalf and distribute the money to creditors. Don’t fret—you’ll be able to keep enough property to get the fresh start you deserve.
Although not as fast as Chapter 7, Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows a debtor to fight for what they need to rebuild their financial future. Chapter 13 is ideal for individuals who have enough income to repay all or part of their debts rather than liquidating assets.
Farmers face unique challenges every day, but especially in bankruptcy. Chapter 12 bankruptcy takes a farm's unique flow of cash into consideration and helps a farmer recover under more reasonable expectations. Our Hillsborough bankruptcy attorney has helped numerous hardworking farmers throughout North Carolina navigate the challenges of a Chapter 12 bankruptcy.
Which Type of Bankruptcy Is Right for Me?
Unfortunately, there is not always a simple answer to this question. Meeting with an attorney to learn more about your situation and needs is the most important step in the process if you are feeling overwhelmed by debt.
At Browner Law, PLLC, we can help you determine if bankruptcy is right for you in the first place. From there, we can recommend which type of bankruptcy is best suited for your financial situation.
In the bankruptcy process, creditors have rights. Though you may not be able to collect on a judgment from a debtor, you are still entitled to the money you are owed. If you're a creditor in a bankruptcy, Browner Law, PLLC can help ensure your rights are protected.