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Asset Protection Lawyers by State

The stress that severe financial difficulties cause can overwhelm you and take over your entire life. If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage, car payment, or other secured loans, your creditors might be threatening foreclosure or repossession. No one should have to live in constant fear of losing the home, car, or other possessions they’ve worked so hard to buy.

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Asset Protection Specialists in Your Area

When you purchase large assets like a house or a car, you typically need to borrow money from a lender to do so. Ordinarily, these types of loans are “secured” by the property you are purchasing, which means the lender can take possession of whatever you are buying if you don’t pay your loan.

For example, if you finance a house, you will either sign a mortgage or a deed of trust that says the lender can take possession of your home if you default. Then, if you fall behind on your mortgage payments, the lender can foreclose on your home.

A DebtStoppers attorney in your area can design a custom asset protection plan for you and your family. All you have to do to get started is call or text us today.

Laws To Protect Your Assets Where You Live

While you may have already tried several methods of asset protection, hiring a bankruptcy attorney is the only strategy that enables you to wipe out your debt once and for all. Another added benefit is that as soon as you file for bankruptcy, the court issues an "automatic stay" that forbids your creditors and other collectors from contacting you.

This automatic stay has the power to stop and prevent:

An attorney can help your family get out of consumer debt by filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 7 allows you to eliminate much of your consumer debt by discharging it. While the law provides for the liquidation of your "non-exempt” assets to repay your creditors, the vast majority of DebtStoppers clients get to keep their possession.

Instead of liquidating your assets, Chapter 13 lets you reorganize your debts into a reasonable 3-to-5-year repayment plan. Chapter 13 will enable you to get caught up on your debts while providing complete asset protection.

How Can You Get Professional Services?

Call or text DebtStoppers today to consult with an experienced asset protection attorney near you. We have helped thousands of families like yours prevent foreclosures, repossessions, wage garnishments, and more. Our bankruptcy solutions are tailor-made to help each family eliminate their debts, stop creditor harassment, and protect their assets.

Trust a Local Attorney for Strategy and Plan

While bankruptcy laws are created at the federal law, each state has its own little quirks in how it interprets and applies the rules. Bankruptcy can be complicated, and you need a skilled attorney who knows how the law works in your state. Call or text DebtStoppers today to schedule a no-obligation free personal case assessment with an experienced asset protection attorney.

Don't let your creditors take away your house, car, or other assets! Call or text DebtStoppers today to get started with your asset protection solution.

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