Debt & Foreclosure
Maybe you need to stop a foreclosure. Or a mountain of debt may be weighing you down until you don’t know what to do. It may be your business that has the debt problem, and it’s time to reorganize. Perhaps you’re on the other side of the debt equation: Your business is owed money, or you’re dealing with the aftermath of fraud or theft. At BA Law, we can provide the protection you need with bankruptcy services for both debtors and creditors. Of Counsel attorney Martin K. Thomas leads our bankruptcy section, bringing his 35 years of experience practicing in Bankruptcy Courts throughout Texas to every case. BA Law is prepared to handle your case, whether you choose Chapter 7, 11 or 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can get a fresh start, whether you’re an individual or filing on behalf of your family or business. Under a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your business can have a trustee liquidate its assets to pay the business’ creditors.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy is primarily designed for partnerships and corporations. Sometimes, creditors force a debtor into Chapter 11 bankruptcy. When bankruptcy is filed, the company in question is given time to consider and negotiate its options, a process that goes better with the help of a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney.
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If you are a general contractor, subcontractor, or homeowner facing a legal dispute you need a dedicated, knowledgeable advocate by your side.
Do you need help? Do not let things slide! The longer you wait to get an attorney involved, the less chance you have of recovering aged receivables.
We work with agencies who are facing claims brought under the FDCPA involving dunning letters, improper phone calls, and the like, as well as class action suits.
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10440 N. Central Expy., Suite 1540
Dallas, Texas 75231, UNITED STATES
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