Helping Address Unique Bankruptcy Problems
You are unique. Many of the problems involved in your bankruptcy case are unique as well. These problems may be challenging. They could have a negative impact on the outcome of your case.
We won’t let them.
With more than 20 years of experience handling bankruptcy in Paducah and Western Kentucky, the debt relief law firm of Marcus H. Herbert & Associates understands how to overcome even the most unique problems. We can usually resolve them. We can prevent them from doing any further damage.
Examples of Unique Challenges in Bankruptcy Cases
Attorney Marcus H. Herbert wants you to get a fresh start on the future. We will not let unique problems cause any further damage to you or your credit score. We can take on challenges such as:
- Avoiding tax problems in bankruptcy: Title 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code states that a person cannot be taxed for debts discharged through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
- Removing a judgment lien from a home: Filing bankruptcy does not automatically remove a lien on a home. Additional steps must be taken. Our lawyer takes those steps to ensure your home is protected.
- Getting back property taken by a creditor: On occasion, we can recover some of the wages or other items that the creditor may have seized from you.
- Dealing with debt assigned in a divorce: Debt accrued during a marriage is unique in that both parties may be held responsible for it. While a divorce divides that debt, it may be divided equally or assigned in full to either of the divorcing parties. This can have an impact on how bankruptcy is filed. We know how to address that impact.
Throughout the years, our debt relief team has seen many one-of-a-kind problems arise during the course of bankruptcy. We have a strong record of successfully addressing these problems. We want to help you receive a fresh start.
A Free Consultation About Unique Debt Relief Problems
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.