If you are in financial trouble and cannot afford to pay your bills or your mortgage, or if you are facing foreclosure or garnishment, you need to consult a bankruptcy attorney right away. It is essential to work with an attorney who understands the process and can point out alternatives tailored to your specific financial situation before you incur additional debt, your property is sold or repossessed and your wages are garnished.
Attorney Gina Harris represents Florida clients in debt settlement through bankruptcy, with particular focus on Chapters 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcies. As a solo Pembroke Pines practitioner, she helps her clients avoid the red tape of a large firm, while providing excellent customer service uniquely personalized for each and every client. She works with clients in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Stopping Repossessions, Foreclosures And Wage Garnishments
If you are an individual or a business at risk of garnishment, seizure and repossession by creditors, you may want to consider filing for bankruptcy. If eligible to file for bankruptcy, the process will allow you to keep your assets when proposing a feasible and confirmable plan that pays your creditors over time.
Part of the reorganization process may involve stripping down or removing liens, reducing interest rates for loans or applying for the modification of certain mortgages, under the recently adopted Loss Mitigation Mediation Program by the Southern District of Florida Bankruptcy Court. The Loss Mitigation Mediation Program allows eligible debtors to explore loss mitigation options with their lenders for real property in which the debtors have an interest, and are obligated on the promissory note or mortgage.
Bankruptcy attorney Gina Harris will look at your situation with you and help you determine the best approach for you. In addition to her experience as a bankruptcy lawyer, Ms. Harris has a background in business and is a certified public accountant.
Contact Bankruptcy Lawyer Gina Harris
If you are considering bankruptcy, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Without sound legal counsel or experience in the bankruptcy process, many debtors borrow against their retirement plans and liquidate their exempt assets, all without seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. Other debtors transfer non-exempt assets that could potentially make them ineligible for bankruptcy relief. Do not make any serious decisions without consulting a bankruptcy attorney.
Call 954-374-7971 or contact us online for a free initial consultation with Florida bankruptcy lawyer Gina Harris.
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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.