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Reorganizing Debt With Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Are you and your family on unsound financial footing and seeking the kind of debt relief that Chapter 13 reorganization bankruptcy can offer? The Law Office of Allan E. Dunaway PLC, can help.

As your attorney, Allan E. Dunaway can explain how affordable repayment plans and debt reorganization function of Chapter 13 protection help you to prevent foreclosure on your home, repossession of your car or truck, garnishment of your wages and creditor harassment that make life miserable.

During your free initial consultation, Mr. Dunaway will show you firsthand how the representation he offers can make a positive difference in your life. He is entirely open to your ideas, listens carefully to where you have been and where you want to go, and gives you the information you need, not “cookie cutter” advice that may not apply or help. This personalized legal advice can be a source of strength and comfort to give you the confidence to navigate the often-complex consumer bankruptcy legal process.

A Lawyer With The Experience, Knowledge And Service You Need

The “automatic stay” of personal bankruptcy helps you and your family to eliminate the threat of:

Contact Us To Secure A Strong Legal Advocate

At the Law Office of Allan E. Dunaway PLC, we know the challenges you face. Our law firm is on your side. Contact us in Louisville today to schedule your free initial consultation with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer. Call toll free at 502-785-1005 or send an email and start your life in a more positive direction.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.