The Law Offices of Justin McMurray, P.A. provides experienced and aggressive legal representation for Florida residents pursuing bankruptcy. If you are struggling with severe debt and need qualified counsel about how to find financial freedom, contact our offices today to speak with a Jacksonville bankruptcy lawyer. Our lawyers care for each client and will support them through this difficult experience. Bankruptcy is a consequential decision, and we will help you decide on the best course of action to help you find financial relief. Our firm has been in practice for 13 years and has experience in all areas of federal and Florida bankruptcy laws.
Our firm has a strong understanding of bankruptcy laws in Florida and can help you determine when to file for bankruptcy. It is important to note, however, that bankruptcy is not the best option for everyone. Our main goal is to help you avoid bankruptcy altogether whenever possible. We help clients determine whether or not an alternative to bankruptcy would be a better option, such as debt negotiation, loan modification, or debt settlement. There is life after bankruptcy, and our attorneys can help you find the relief that you need.
Speak with an attorney from our firm today to discuss your bankruptcy options. We can help you prepare for the means test and learn whether you are eligible for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We also assist businesses in filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The bankruptcy process is detailed and should not be faced without legal counsel. For example, our knowledgeable lawyers could be aware of Florida bankruptcy exemptions that aren't listed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Contact our offices today to speak with a lawyer who can inform you how to file for bankruptcy.
Perhaps you are facing creditor harassment or wage garnishment. Our lawyers have a strong understanding of your consumer rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and can provide aggressive collections defense to fight unfair practices and debt collector abuse. If you are pursuing bankruptcy, we understand that you may be worried about the effects of bankruptcy on your credit score. It is true that bankruptcy appears on your report for 10 years, but the benefits of being able to rebuild your credit without the weight of overwhelming debt makes up for any amount of damage.