Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorneys
Debt Relief Attorneys Serving Georgia
Are you struggling to meet your financial obligations? Does your heart race whenever the phone rings or you have to go to the mailbox? A personal bankruptcy filing under Chapter 7 can help you stop all calls, letters or legal action, giving you the relief you need to get a fresh financial start. A knowledgeable and experienced bankruptcy lawyer can protect your interests during Chapter 7.
Experienced and Knowledgeable Lawyers
At Gingold & Gingold LLC, we are among the most experienced bankruptcy attorneys in the Atlanta metro area. Ira D. Gingold has been a bankruptcy lawyer since 1971 and Court-appointed Bankruptcy Trustee from 1971-2013. Jamie L. Gingold has been an attorney since 2001 and has experience in bankruptcy law as well as corporate law and commercial real estate — experience that is invaluable in almost every bankruptcy case. We emphasize personal service and attention, with one of our attorneys working directly with you throughout the process.
For a free, in-person consultation with our experienced Georgia Chapter 7 lawyers, call our offices at (404) 685-8800 or e-mail us to schedule an appointment at one of our locations: Atlanta, Cumming, Dallas, Douglasville, and Duluth. 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
Helping You Get Debt Relief Through Chapter 7
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding, you can permanently discharge, or wipe out, some debts. Other debts such as tax obligations, student loan payments and child support arrearages cannot be wiped out in a Chapter 7 proceeding, but can be dealt with through a Chapter 13. Certain assets, including a principal residence and vehicle, can be kept in the bankruptcy proceeding. We will carefully monitor all proceedings to ensure that you are able to keep all property that you want.
In most cases, the Chapter 7 process takes as little as 90 days to wipe out your debts. One month after you file bankruptcy, you will have to attend a meeting with your attorney and a bankruptcy trustee. Unless there are any complications, your debts will be discharged 60 days later.
Handling Complex Bankruptcy Filings
We handle the most challenging bankruptcy cases. If you own a business or have a high income, we can advise you about your opportunities. Whether your case is complex or straightforward, our lawyers will personally handle all matters related to your Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, preparing and submitting all the necessary documents.
Contact Our Attorneys
We offer every new client a free consultation in our offices. To schedule an appointment with a Georgia debt relief lawyer, call us at (404) 685-8800 or e-mail us. Evening and Saturday meetings can be set up by request.