Consumers and business owners often find themselves struggling to stay current on their debt obligations. Whether it is because of the rising costs of health care, layoffs, or slow paying customers- many find themselves turning to credit cards to make ends meet more often than they can afford.
While bankruptcy should not be the answer to all problems, it seems that like death and taxes, it is rapidly becoming one of life’s few certainties. Any lender, credit manager, or lessor involved in the collection of debts needs to be aware of the far-reaching and, for the uninitiated, potentially devastating effects of the bankruptcy law. In addition, any individual or business entity, regardless of form, should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of bankruptcy, whether it be:
- Chapter 7 Relief
- Chapter 11 Relief
- Creditor rights and claims in Chapter 7, 11, and 13
Bankruptcy Lawyers Here to Help You
Waldron & Schneider was founded by attorneys versed in bankruptcy, debtor and creditor situations and are willing to assist the United States Bankruptcy Court in handling complicated bankruptcy matters, and therefore, the firm’s years of experience in this area is often translated into assisting a variety of businesses and individuals along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Additional Bankruptcy Resources – Contact Us
We have included a few questions that are typically asked when contemplating Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, so take a look at our Bankruptcy FAQ’s for more information as well as the Bankruptcy forms to help you prepare for the questions we will be asking you. Of course, if you would like further information, please complete our contact form so that we may contact you or call our office at (281) 488-4438 so that we may further assist you with your bankruptcy concerns or questions.
We are a federally designated Debt Relief Agency under the United State Bankruptcy Laws. We assist people with finding solutions to their debt and credit problems, including, where appropriate, assisting them with the filing of petitions for relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code.