Texarkana Bankruptcy Attorneys


Stop Foreclosure, Creditor Calls, Repossessions, and More

There is nothing quite like the pressure of crushing debt. Creditor calls, foreclosure notices, and repossessions can make you feel helpless, but relief can be found. Potter & Marks helps individuals and families in Texarkana get a new lease on life by reorganizing or erasing their debt. Bankruptcy laws are in place to give debtors a fresh start in the face of oppressive debt. If you are experiencing considerable financial problems and are considering your options, talk to a Texarkana bankruptcy attorney at our firm. Bankruptcy may be the answer. It is a fair, honest, ethical, and legal way to eliminate or reorganize your debt.

Call (870) 774-2569 for a free, confidential case evaluation by a bankruptcy professional.

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Representation Tailored to Your Unique Financial Situation

Filing for bankruptcy can be a complicated undertaking. You may be unsure of whether to file under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, depending on your income, the type of debt you are dealing with, and other issues. You need to file properly to experience all the benefits that bankruptcy may have to offer. When you hire a Texarkana bankruptcy lawyer at our firm, we will provide legal representation tailored to your unique financial situation, goals, and needs. You can feel confident that your filing will be completed properly and in a timely manner.

Filing for bankruptcy places an automatic stay on all collection efforts, including:

  • Creditor calls
  • Collection efforts
  • Foreclosure
  • Property repossession
  • Collection lawsuits
  • Wage garnishment
  • Levies and liens

An automatic stay is a federal court injunction that requires the immediate cessation of any and all debt collection efforts against you. Finally, you can experience freedom from creditor harassment, calls, and letters. You can then eliminate your debt or reorganize it so it is manageable, giving you a second chance.

To learn more, contact a Texarkana bankruptcy attorneys at Potter & Marks (870) 774-2569.

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