Georgia Bankruptcy Attorneys Answer Your Most Important Questions
Most visitors come to our site with 2 very important questions:
- Is filing bankruptcy the right option for me?
- Which law firm is the best one to hire for my Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy filing?
This website will help answer those questions.
Generally speaking, filing bankruptcy in Georgia can be the right option for a person if they have no realistic way of paying the people or companies they owe money to.
Chapter 7 is also referred to as liquidation or straight bankruptcy, and includes the sale of non-exempt property to pay off debts. The debtor is able to keep exempt property, which typically includes their car, reasonable clothing, tools necessary for work, and pensions.More
Chapter 13 is also referred to as reorganization, debt consolidation, or wage earner bankruptcy, and allows the debtor to keep all of their property. Debts are consolidated, and the filer makes one monthly payment to the court usually over a 3-5 year period.More
Our Team of bankruptcy attorneys brings over 140 years of experience to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. We are large enough to handle the most complex bankruptcy issues, but small enough to provide excellent service to each client.More
With 11 offices across Georgia, our firm provides any individual or family with access to quality debt relief help. Our offices are easy to find, clean, and set up to maximize client privacy. We are also often able to provide same-day and Saturday appointments.More
"The attorneys at Berry & Associates are true professionals. I was having a hard time with my finances, and instead of just filing a bankruptcy case, they gave me the advice I needed to work things out on my own. That's the true measure of a quality business... giving sound advice even when it means they won't generate revenue today."
"I never thought I'd be in as tight a spot as I was or having crazy debt collectors hounding me day in and day out. I needed a way out and a new beginning and my Berry lawyer provided it. Thank you!"