Overwhelmed by Debt?
I’m FRED WALKER, a Bankruptcy, IRS Tax Resolution and foreclosure defense attorney in Austin, Texas. I am certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Consumer Bankruptcy Law. Over the past 30 years, I have helped more than 15,000 people in Austin, Cedar Park, San Marcos, Georgetown, Round Rock, and other Texas communities obtain debt relief.
The experienced debt relief attorneys of Fred E. Walker & Associates, P.C. help Texas consumers eliminate debt and resolve serious tax and financial problems through bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy solutions. We work with clients facing difficult financial situations throughout Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Travis County, Williamson County, and surrounding counties in Texas.
Filing bankruptcy may allow you to put an immediate stop to lawsuits, foreclosures, and repossessions. Bankruptcy can also allow you to keep assets such as your home and car. Many of my clients have been able to retain their assets and eliminate their unsecured debt, including credit card bills, mortgage deficiencies, personal loans, car repossessions, business debts, lawsuits, judgments, hospitals bills, and payday loans by filing personal bankruptcy.
Although bankruptcy may be the best solution in many situations, there are other options for dealing with debt, such as debt negotiation, offers in compromise, and mortgage foreclosure defense. A good bankruptcy attorney will discuss all alternatives with you.
Bankruptcy, IRS & Debt Resolution Attorney
If you are struggling to pay your bills, call me for a free consultation. If creditors are harassing you, I can help you put a stop to it. Even if your home is in foreclosure, it may not be too late to save it. I will listen to you and help you find the answer that best fits your situation. If you are facing wage garnishment, creditor harassment, liens, or other debt problems, don’t wait to get relief. For your peace of mind, call me today at 512-330-9977 or fill out our simple contact form.
OUR PRACTICE AREAS
Chapter 7 & 13
The rules relating to the discharge of tax debts are more liberal in Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases than Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases.
Note that if you are behind on making your payments, filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy will delay but not permanently prevent a repossession or foreclosure.
IRS Tax Resolution
Tax claims (as well as all other debts) are classified as secured, priority or general unsecured debts.
Steve, A Chapter 7 ClientMr. Walker’s services were detailed, timely and very helpful. He and his staff were very attentive to our needs. I was thoroughly impressed with his organization, knowledge of the law and sensitivity to my personal situation. He made a difficult process easy to go through.
Kathleen, Debt Agreements client
Regardless of the reason, apprehension always precedes a meeting with a lawyer. Within a minute of meeting Mr. Walker, all my apprehension was gone. Mr. Walker was Professional but friendly; helpful and accommodating; kind and compassionate. He was knowledgable and had positive answers and solutions for me right away.