Tennessee Bankruptcy Attorneys
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Contemplating a Tennessee bankruptcy? Then you must go to the sponsored Tennessee bankruptcy attorneys with Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law. The sponsoring law firm has deep experience with Tennessee bankruptcy work. From their outstanding legal representation to their online Bankruptcy Resource Center, Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law provides everything the consumer requires for a successful Tennessee bankruptcy.
Experienced Tennessee bankruptcy lawyers' representation
Our Tennessee bankruptcy lawyers will explain your alternatives and suggest solid, practical solutions to solve your financial problems. Our state-of-the-art computer systems, experienced Tennessee bankruptcy attorneys and 24-hour information line help make Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law the only viable resource for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Tennessee bankruptcy filings.
Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law is the nations largest consumer debt consolidation law firm in the nation. Their Tennessee bankruptcy attorneys have helped over 40,000 clients discharge over $500,000,000 in debts. Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law is always striving to provide the highest level of client service. Our aggressive representation and extensive experience have earned Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law a national reputation for excellence in representation of debtors in financial distress.
Fair prices and great representation
Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law offers a choice of several different flexible payment methods. We will quote you a free estimate without charge and without obligation. No matter which payment option you choose, our first obligation is to you, to obtain relief from your creditors and peace of mind. We believe that consumer debtors should not have to pay excessively high rates for filings. Our Tennessee bankruptcy lawyers are able to provide the highest level of legal representation at a fraction of the cost of other Tennessee bankruptcy law firms by utilizing state-of-the-art technology along with our own professional expertise.
If the "repo" man is looking for your car, a Chapter 13 will also stop the finance company from repossessing your car. The past due payments and the entire balance on your vehicle loan will be consolidated into the Chapter 13, which you will pay off over the next three to five years. The vehicle finance company can no longer repossess your car, and you will no longer have to make a payment directly to the finance company. Only one payment is made, and that is to the Chapter 13 trustee. Under certain circumstances we can even recover your vehicle after repossession and consolidate the remaining balance.
Get good legal advice before you proceed.
There are many different types of financial programs that claim to help you get out of debt, but depending on your circumstance, they could also cause you to loose more than you will gain. Before you proceed, read the fine print and get experienced legal advice form Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law. Understand that home equity loans and second mortgages allow you to use the equity in your home to borrow money, but you must pledge your home as collateral. The bank or creditor acquires a lien on the property and if you should default on your payments, you can loose your home through foreclosure.
Credit card balance transfers allow you to reduce your interest by transferring your debts onto a new credit card. You will save a few percentage points in lower interest, but you still owe the same amount in principle and the temptation to use the new credit card can be a real disadvantage. Credit counseling agencies are private entities, sponsored by credit issuers and make the majority of their income collecting fees on what you repay.