Resolve Your Debts And Regain Your Life
Ever since the last recession, more and more individuals, families and businesses across the region have turned to bankruptcy to find debt relief. While the economy has since recovered, many people still face overwhelming debt. Bankruptcy is not something to be ashamed of — in fact, it can be your key to starting a new chapter and getting your life back.
If you lost your job, endured a medical emergency, suffered a judgment on debt you cannot pay or have overwhelming tax liabilities, you may have trouble making ends meet and protecting your most valued assets. At The Law Offices of William T. Peckham, we know what is at stake. For 39 years, we have helped people properly discharge their debts, rebuild their credit and regain their lives.
At our office in Austin, we will thoroughly examine your case and help you explore your debt relief options — including Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 bankruptcy. While we do not file Chapter 13 petitions, if that is what is necessary, we will gladly refer you to a skilled attorney who can help you.
A Holistic Perspective Into Bankruptcy Law
Our lawyers represent both debtors and creditors in bankruptcy actions. The ability to see a case from all perspectives allows us to address problems and protect your rights no matter which side of a filing you are on. We can ensure that:
- You are not filing too late to prevent a foreclosure or other asset seizure.
- The filing properly lists all of the protected assets.
- You understand which types of debt are and are not dischargeable.
Finding The Right Debt Relief Solution For You
If you need to get out from under a mountain of crushing debt, call us at The Law Offices of William T. Peckham. We may be able to help you discharge your debt, stop creditor harassment and protect your rights. We also represent creditors. Send us an email or call 512-487-7604 to schedule an appointment. We offer reduced rates for initial consultations.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.