Northern Kentucky Chapter 7 and 13 Lawyer
There are many circumstances that can make it impossible for people and businesses to repay their debts, including divorce, unemployment, layoffs, reduction of pay, unexpected medical expenses and other declining economic conditions. If your debts have gotten out of control, filing bankruptcy will allow you to take control of your finances and obtain a fresh start.
Since 1990, Florence bankruptcy attorney L. Craig Kendrick has been helping individuals, families and businesses obtain debt relief through the bankruptcy courts. For a free consultation with an experienced lawyer, call him toll free at 888-856-8043 or e-mail him today.
Protecting Your Assets and Pursuing Debt Relief
Federal bankruptcy law exists to provide people and businesses with an orderly way out of debts they can no longer afford to repay. Under certain circumstances, eligible persons or businesses can eliminate their debts entirely or repay them under a court-supervised payment plan.
Bankruptcy can also stop financial emergencies like foreclosure and wage garnishment. Filing bankruptcy puts a stop (automatic stay) to these and other debt collection actions.
If you are considering bankruptcy, you will want to get sound legal advice on whether it is right for you, and if so, whether you should file under Chapter 7 or 13.
L. Craig Kendrick is the sole attorney in the firm, so all of the firm's clients can count on him for personal attention and experience-driven representation. He believes in taking the time to consider and explain clients' options so they can make informed decisions about their financial futures.
Call 888-856-8043 for a Free Consultation
Based in Florence, Mr. Kendrick assists clients throughout Northern Kentucky. To schedule a free one-on-one consultation, contact L. Craig Kendrick today. He will promptly return all messages left after business hours, and evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.
We are a Debt Relief Agency. We help people file for Bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code