Attorney Seattle, Tacoma, Ballard, Shoreline, Edmonds
Bankruptcy May Be the Solution
- Is debt overwhelming you, leaving you totally stressed out?
- Are you being constantly hounded by creditors?
- Are you looking for sound legal guidance after exhausting your options?
- Has a creditor filed a lawsuit against you?
Whether personally or for your company, bankruptcy may be a sound alternative when your debts are greater than your ability to pay.
Many people turn to a credit counseling firm when facing financial problems. This often results in getting only a couple of the debts reduced after spending thousands of dollars. The fact is, you may be able to eliminate all of your debts for a small fraction of what you would pay a credit counseling firm.
We offer a free phone consultation for those who desire to speak with an experienced Seattle bankruptcy lawyer, no strings attached. Our friendly Seattle based attorney is available by phone 7 days a week, so you never have to "come in" to consult with us.
Don't fret needlessly, pick up the phone and speak with a Seattle bankruptcy attorney at Drakeley PLLC now!
Which chapter is most suitable for your situation? While we will determine which chapter you should file, the options are:
- Chapter 7 for personal, corporation or LLC
- Chapter 11 for personal if you do not qualify for Chapter 7 or 13
- Chapter 11 for business
- Chapter 13 for a personal workout for those who are currently self employed or have regular income from W2 employment.
If you are stressed to the limit and facing overwhelming debt that is affecting every aspect of your life - career, health, relationships, etc. and live in the Seattle/Tacoma area, pick up the phone and call (206) 262-1040.
Seattle Bankruptcy Attorney Christien L. Drakeley will evaluate your case and help determine if bankruptcy is the right solution for your individual situation. Pick up the phone and call (206) 262-1040.
We are a federally designated Debt Relief Agency. We help people file for relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.Disclosures Required Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.