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Why Choose Us

  • Work directly with a lawyer instead of a legal assistant.
  • We take the headache and hard work out of bankruptcy and foreclosure by being supportive, caring, and knowledgeable.
  • Personalized, friendly service.
  • Payment plans available.
  • Free case evaluation (attorney will spend time over the phone and give you detailed information relevant to your situation and determine if bankruptcy is a viable option for you and schedule a free in office consultation).
  • Over 30 years combined experience in helping individuals wipe out debt and get a fresh start.

Top 10 Ways a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Can Help You:

  • Eliminates liability for dischargeable debt, including credit card debt, repossession, mortgage back-payments, rent back-payments, utility bills, medical bills and attorney’s fees that were not incurred fraudulently.
  • Eliminates tax liabilities that qualify for discharge. Consult with the Law Office of Truman Coe for specifics on what qualifies for a dischargeable tax liability.
  • Stops creditor collections and harassment, legal proceedings to collect a debt and the shut-off of utilities.
  • Assists with loss of reduction of employment income. Bankruptcy can help you eliminate your legal obligation for payment of certain debts to allow you to pay your most important bills such as your mortgage or car payment.
  • Assists with financial difficulty caused by divorce. Bankruptcy can help with the sudden situation of a single-income household by eliminating your amount of monthly debt.
  • Eliminates liabilities guaranteed on behalf of a business. Small business owners are usually required to personally guarantee business liabilities. If a business fails, the creditors will attempt to secure the business owner’s assets. Bankruptcy stops the creditor’s right to personally pursue the business owner.
  • Protects your wages from garnishment. Filing bankruptcy stops creditors from garnishing your wages and may allow some debtors to even recover some of their wages from the creditor.
  • Prohibits liens against your home or property. Filing bankruptcy allows debtors to protect against creditors who put liens on your property if the bankruptcy is filed prior to successful completion of the lien.
  • Enables you to take control and responsibility of your liabilities. Bankruptcy helps you manage your debts in an orderly and controlled manner through court regulated proceedings.
  • Allows you to start over and rebuild your credit.