What do I need to do?
ABOUT US & FAQ
IF YOU SEE A $, SAVE IT
Bankruptcy filings can be fairly complex and there are few simple answers. There are many sites on line, some with good information, some not so much. Beware.
Gather up and save any document with a dollar sign on it. Pay Stubs, Tax Returns, Bills, Collection Letters, Tax Assessments, Monthly Bank Statements, Auto Payment Statements, Credit Union Statements, Child Support Orders, and accounting.
Your attorney Mr. Hutson is a 1988 graduate of the George Mason School of Law and received his BA from Southeastern Louisiana University in 1980. He has been practicing in the area of consumer rights, debt relief, credit report law, and financial reorganizations for twenty years.
Mr. Hutson is licensed to practice in the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia and the District of Maryland. He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the Northern Virginia and Richmond Bankruptcy Bar Associations.
Regain control of YOUR finances today
THE BEGINNING OF A NEW LIFE
What most people think of as filing bankruptcy
All creditor activity must cease immediately at filing
Asset & income valuations must be completed
Discharge is the end of the bankruptcy proceeding
NO WAY OUT to FRESH START in 100 Days
A PLAN B FOR LIFE
Most people file when they are facing a foreclosure
You will repay your creditors according to your ability
Program preserves your assets such as your home
Useful where real estate or tax issues are a problem