Declaring Personal Bankruptcy in Texas

Posted by John A. HixsonJan 13, 20200 Comments

Bankruptcy law in Texas protects consumers from being financially ruined and losing their home, car, and other possessions. After filing bankruptcy, the automatic stay protects the debtor from collection. Bankruptcy, then, offers Americans, such as you, a second chance at recovering from overwhelming debt. At Hixson Law Firm, we recognize that financial problems happen to those around Arlington and its surrounding communities and can help you file for personal bankruptcy in Texas.

What Bankruptcy Can Do for You

Bankruptcy can help avoid or stop foreclosure, stop IRS wage garnishments, stop lawsuits or collection calls, eliminate credit card debts, and restructure debts through a repayment plan. More specifically, Chapter 7 bankruptcy helps you eliminate most – sometimes all – of your unsecured debts while Chapter 13 allows individuals to keep their property by repaying creditors from future income.

Our experienced bankruptcy lawyer, John Hixson, can provide you accurate information so that you are informed and know what to expect during the personal bankruptcy process. He also can help you determine which type of bankruptcy is best for you.

Call to Schedule a Free Consultation with a Personal Bankruptcy Attorney in Arlington, Texas Today

If you need legal help to protect yourself from financial ruin, it is important that you contact a personal bankruptcy lawyer. Our experienced and professional legal team at the Hixson Law Firm is always ready to help you with your financial problems. To schedule a free consultation at our Texas law office, call us now at (817) 261-5000.

The Hixson Law Firm serves the cities of Grand Prairie, Arlington and Mansfield, Texas.