A Thorough Bankruptcy Lawyer
Especially in our poor economy, where jobs are unavailable or pay significantly less than previously, mounting debt can begin to feel unmanageable and overwhelming. David J. Edgar, Attorney at Law brings the knowledge and skill he has acquired during 36 years of legal practice to help you take control of your debt so you can take control of your life.
A negotiator of debt relief options
Mr. Edgar knows what is in your best interest, which is not always bankruptcy. When bankruptcy is not your best option, Mr. Edgar steps in on your behalf to persuade creditors to lower your debt and accept more reasonable monthly payments.
Skilled in debt analysis
Mr. Edgar truly listens to your needs and thoroughly analyzes your case to determine if bankruptcy offers the most effective way to ease your financial burden. He reviews your debts, income and expenses and explains the ultimate impact bankruptcy would have on your family, business, home and future credit. He answers all your questions about the bankruptcy process and the outcomes you should expect. His compassionate approach to bankruptcy leaves no surprises.
Reprieve through automatic stay
Creditors’ aggressive collection methods unfairly compound the stress of escalating debt. You can put an end to the constant harassing phone calls and letters meant to intimidate you into paying debts you cannot afford. As soon as you file for bankruptcy, creditors must immediately stop collections efforts, including those distressing letters and phone calls. Your attorney then deals with your creditors so you can regain your peace of mind.
Your bankruptcy options in Maine
Chapter 7 bankruptcy
If you and your spouse own few assets and earn relatively low wages, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is available to provide relief from your debts through liquidation of your assets. Because many household and personal items are exempt from bankruptcy liquidation, you can make a fresh start with limited disruption to your life.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy
If you own a corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship, Chapter 11 bankruptcy permits your business to continue operating while you pay creditors under a reorganization plan. The Chapter 11 option helps you escape debt without losing the business you struggled so hard to build.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy
Chapter 13 bankruptcy enables you to prevent your lender from foreclosing on your home. If you and your spouse have substantial incomes, but sudden illness, job loss or another unexpected circumstance has interfered with your ability to pay your debts, Chapter 13 bankruptcy permits you to pay debts over time in smaller amounts.
Contact a bankruptcy attorney you can trust.
Call David J. Edgar, Attorney at Law at 207-532-2255 or contact Mr. Edgar online.