Hazelwood Attorney Services
Teague & Associates, LLC offers services to assist you with your financial situation to help you see the light at the end of the tunnel. Our team has experience in filing both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
No matter what caused you to get into this situation, we know you need help to get out successfully. Our team is here to help you do just that.
A lot of what chapter 7 will cover is your unsecured debt. This includes items such as credit cards, medical bills, and certain personal loans you may have.
Chapter 7 will assist you with items such as medical bills, unsecured debt, and help you get out of foreclosure. However, debt that it will not help out with includes items such as court costs, child support, or alimony payments you owe.
Filing for bankruptcy will not be a fix it all approach. There are some debts, such as student loans and child support, that are not cleared.
Foreclosure processing may have already started on your home. If so, this is one way that you can get some relief while keeping your home
Our firm is here from start to finish. We know that chapter 13 bankruptcy can take up to five years to be complete. We work diligently throughout the process to represent you and fight for your rights.
Even when you’re dealing with garnishment, there are options available if you have an experienced attorney on your side. One of those options we can work on is doing installments for your garnishment.
We handle your case with compassion and care as we understand the very delicate nature of the situation. Our team members are here to help you understand what your rights are and what options you may have in this situation.
A repossession can stay on your credit report for seven years. This can cause a massive dive in your score and also prevent you from getting financing in the future.
You may not understand what repossession means when it comes to your property. This means that the company or bank you’ve loaned money from to buy a piece of property is coming by to take the property back due to the inability or failure to repay the loan.
You cannot simply ignore a summons or alerts when it comes to garnishments. As soon as you receive notice, contact us to represent you in this situation.
Start with our free consultation today to see how we can assist you. We will go over your case, weigh the different options, and help you have an idea of how to proceed.
When a creditor is coming after the amount they are owed, they file a lawsuit against you, the debtor. They want to receive their money back and this is the first step once they’ve failed at collecting.
Once you receive notice a suit has been filed, contact our firm immediately. We can start working on your case and finding the best path for your success in the future. Our attorneys will work with you one-on-one to find a great solution to help you get your debts taken care of.
There are a few things you should remember when you’re dealing with creditors. Our attorneys are here to remind you of what to know and the steps you can take when it comes to having to deal with this process.
When you set up your free consult with an attorney, there is some paperwork you need to bring with you. Be sure to have any notifications sent to you about foreclosure or you getting behind on your mortgage payments.
The first thing to do when you receive a notification of foreclosure is to call our office. You do not want to ignore this as that could make the situation worse.