Austin, Texas, Board Certified Bankruptcy Lawyer

Many people with jobs have been led to believe they are not eligible for debt relief under the new bankruptcy law. The truth is, most people with serious debt problems can file for bankruptcy. In fact, I have helped many people file Chapter 7 bankruptcy who were told by other attorneys that they did not qualify due to the means test.

There are many myths about personal bankruptcy that people have heard from credit card companies, banks, family members, and even lawyers. I can dispel those myths and help you understand your rights under new bankruptcy law.

I’m Fred E. Walker, a Board Certified bankruptcy lawyer in Austin, Texas. In the past 25 years, I have helped more than 10,000 people in Austin, Cedar Park, San Marcos, Georgetown, Round Rock, and other Texas communities obtain debt relief under U.S. bankruptcy laws.

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. In many cases, all you stand to lose by filing personal bankruptcy is your debt, including credit card bills, hospitals bills, and payday loans.

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 to the right.

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