North Mississippi Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer

North Central Mississippi Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Representation

Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Right for You?

Are you struggling with large amounts of debt, placing your credit rating and even your home at risk? Are you sick of being harassed by creditors and collection agencies? Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be your best option for paying off your debts and getting back on solid financial ground.

At the Harlow Law Firm in Grenada, Mississippi, we have been helping clients explore their debt relief options for more than 20 years. Our attorneys will work closely with you to examine your financial situation and clearly explain all your options as you consider whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you.

Don't let us be the lawyers you wished you'd hired. For a free initial consultation with a compassionate bankruptcy lawyer, call 662-298-7068 or toll free 866-986-5912 today.

What Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as wage-earner bankruptcy, allows debtors to maintain their assets while making monthly payments to a bankruptcy trustee who distributes the money to creditors. Typically the payment plan has a duration of three to five years. After that, your remaining unsecured debts will be discharged.

In addition to providing you with an opportunity to reorganize your debts and pay back your debts in a structured manner, Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to readjust your interest rates and is a very valuable tool in stopping the foreclosure of your home.

You Have No Need to Be Ashamed

Sometimes in life bad things happen to good people. Many people who file for bankruptcy do so due to tragic events or medical problems that leave them with a large amount of debt. Also, your bankruptcy will be private since newspapers no longer publish bankruptcy notices.

Free Initial Consultations — We Will Come to You!

Contact us today to discuss your Chapter 13 reorganization options in a free initial consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.