Birmingham Bankruptcy Lawyer
A catastrophic storm like a tornado or a hurricane can leave your life in pieces. Your home and place of work can both be destroyed in an instant, leaving you with no place to live and no way to make money to pay your bills. Even after you take advantage of all available relief programs, oftentimes, you are still left facing a mountain of debt and no clear path to getting the relief you need.
Depending on the situation, filing for bankruptcy can be a good option for people whose lives have been disrupted by serious storms. At the Alabama law firm of Gina H. McDonald & Associates, we provide comprehensive consumer and business bankruptcy services. We are committed to finding the right debt relief for storm victims across the state.
Helping You Through a Difficult Time
Damage from tornados or hurricanes goes far beyond the property damage. Job loss, medical bills and extra living expenses are just a few examples of the sudden and often overwhelming pressures that can befall a storm victim. While insurance and government aid can help with some of the financial burden, the process for securing the actual funds can take more time than you have.
Most creditors will continue to expect regular payment regardless of your extraordinary circumstances. If things have gotten to the point of your creditors threatening legal action, it might be time for you to seek a more decisive solution. We represent consumer clients in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings as well as Chapter 11 filings for businesses. We will provide a thorough review of your circumstances and work with you to find the best possible solution to fit your needs.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation
Make an appointment to discuss your bankruptcy options with one of our attorneys and learn more about what bankruptcy can do for you. For your convenience, we have offices in Birmingham and Oneonta to serve you. You can reach us toll free by calling 888-412-9047 or via e-mail.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code.