Bankruptcy in Huntsville, AL

Bankruptcy Alternatives

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Depending on your situation, bankruptcy may not be the best course of action for you. Before doing anything, contact a bankruptcy attorney for a professional analysis of your situation. Schedule a consultation today by completing an online case evaluation form.

Here are some examples of alternatives to bankruptcy that will still allow you to eliminate your debts:

  • Modification: Creditors may allow loans to be modified for lower interest rates or monthly payments.
  • Negotiation: If you have some assets or income that you're willing to give up, then your creditor may accept a lower amount for a lump sum.
  • Debt Management Program: A credit counseling program can help you organize your finances and prioritize your debts to help you get back track.
  • Nothing: If you are living frugally, then creditors may not be able to get anything from you, as you have nothing to give.

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Before you take any action - speak with our team of bankruptcy lawyers. We are extremely well-equipped to handle your case, no matter how complex. We have decades of combined experience and have successfully assisted countless clients in achieving financial stability through bankruptcy. Contact us today to schedule a phone or office consultation by calling (256) 539-4464 or submitting an online case evaluation. We are ready to assess your case!

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