Georgia Chapter 13 Attorneys
Debt Repayment Attorneys
If you want to save your home from foreclosure, stop your car from being repossessed or stop high credit card interest, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be right for you. Chapter 13 can stop the creditor calls and collection letters and help you get a fresh financial start. You need an experienced bankruptcy lawyer to guide you through the process so that you get the results you need.
An Experienced Bankruptcy Team on Your Side
At the offices of Jamie L. Gingold, PC, GingoldBankruptcyLaw.com (Formerly practicing with Gingold & Gingold LLC), we are among the most experienced bankruptcy lawyers in the Atlanta metro area. Ira D. Gingold has served as a Court-appointed Bankruptcy Trustee from 1971-2013 and attorney since 1971. Jamie L. Gingold has extensive experience in bankruptcy and other legal fields such as corporate law and real estate. When you hire our firm, you will work directly with one of our attorneys at all times. Because of our vast knowledge and experience, no bankruptcy issue is too complex for us to handle.
For a free, in-person consultation with a Georgia Chapter 13 lawyer, call our office at (678) 915-2634 or e-mail us to set up an appointment at one of our locations: Atlanta, Cumming, Dallas and Douglasville. Please plan to bring the following to your first appointment:
- Your recent payroll statements and/or pay stubs (for the past six months if you have them)
- A list of your debts, including mortgages, car loans, medical bills, credit card bills, etc.
- A list of your average monthly household living expenses
Features of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
In a Chapter 13 proceeding, we set up new payment arrangements for you to pay your creditors. When you file, an automatic stay goes into effect, prohibiting your creditors from calling or writing you to collect the debt and from using legal actions such as lawsuits, foreclosure or car repossession. We will help you put together a monthly repayment plan that you can afford.
A Chapter 13 can help you keep your home and car, putting an end to foreclosure and repossession actions. You can also use a Chapter 13 proceeding to deal with tax debt and past due child support.