The Not-So-New Bankruptcy Laws
Helping You Understand Updated Texas Bankruptcy Laws
Since 2005, major changes in the bankruptcy laws have led some consumers and families struggling with debt to believe that they were no longer able to get the relief they needed. While it is true that many of the laws were pushed hard by credit card companies and special interest groups, an experienced attorney can still help people from all walks of life get results and put their lives back on track.
At Acosta Law we help Houston clients put the law behind their family and their finances. We analyze your situation, evaluate your needs, explore your full range of options and put you on the path toward a plan designed specifically to meet your needs. If you have questions about how new bankruptcy laws impact you, call us at 713-980-9014.
Providing the Guidance and Information You Need
The clients we talk to every day have a wide range of myths they believe to be true about bankruptcy. Among those myths is the misconception that new laws have made it too hard to file for the ordinary individual. The reality is that our firm has helped thousands of people since the new laws were enacted to chart a course through Chapter 7 bankruptcy to get out from under crushing debt.
While some of the rules may seem confusing at first, with the guidance of a Houston bankruptcy attorney that is genuinely focused on helping you succeed, you can take on a wide range of issues, such as:
We fully evaluate your situation, and make sure that you qualify under current laws. Then we guide you through every step of the filing process. You have constant and reliable access to a highly experienced attorney, and your case is never passed down to someone without the knowledge and experience to help you.
We Can Put Bankruptcy Laws to Work for You
Bankruptcy laws are there to protect people who are struggling under overwhelming debt and deserve a chance to start over. At our Houston office, our attorney works with you to find the right solution to help you build a better financial future.
It costs nothing to consult with a bankruptcy lawyer. Contact our team at Acosta Law online or by phone to set up an appointment.