Hesitant to ask about bankruptcy? Let us deal with it.

September 2, 2018

Is Bankruptcy the Right Choice for Me?

 

Get over it.

 

It may seem like blunt advice, but for your future and your family's future, realize that bankruptcy is sometimes a necessary step.

 


If your mailbox, email, and phone are constantly bombarded by bills and bill collectors, demanding you pay bills that you just can't find a way to pay....if threats of foreclosure, garnishment, lawsuits, and repossessions are underway or on the horizon, we can help.


We have helped thousands of Tennessee residents deal with the intricacies of bankruptcy. We have seen the looks on their faces and have addressed their concerns. We understand your hesitancy, your discomfort, your concerns that it's the end of a road. It's not. The bankruptcy laws of Tennessee were made for folks in your same situation; people who've been laid off, suffered a divorce or other family crisis, stricken with medical bills, or whatever got you to where you are now. Things happen, that's a part of life, and when the issue is financial in nature, the bankruptcy laws are designed to alleviate those problems.

 
At the law office of Verner Smith, our trained staff answers any questions and addresses any concerns you may have. Yes, we offer multiple options for debt problems, one of which is bankruptcy. We will help determine which is the best course of action for your specific situation. We will get you up to speed on the choices you have, in plain and simple language, and when you decide, we will help you through the process step by step.

 
Call or email us to schedule a consultation. There are only a few items we will ask you to bring to begin the process, and you'll be amazed at how much better you feel just taking that first step to a solution. Email us by clicking here, or call us at (731) 423-1888, (901) 730-4567, or (615) 371-6136.

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