Property You Can Keep
You Don’t Have to Lose Everything
Misconceptions often prevent people in need from filing bankruptcy. One of the most common assumptions is the loss of valuable and sentimental property. At the law office of Eric Ollason in Tucson, Arizona, we educate our clients on the entire bankruptcy process. Our goal is to dispel myths, specifically the notion that you will lose everything the minute you file.
Bankruptcy is not a process meant to strip you of everything you own. It is meant to give you a fresh start while keeping your property. Contact attorney Eric Ollason at 520-791-2707.
There is Property You Can Keep
In most cases, there is property you can keep. A truck will not show up at your house to take all of your furnishings and necessities. In most cases, authorities will not raid your business and confiscate tools and machines. Normally your IRA and retirement accounts are safe.
Giving You the Facts to Put You at Ease
At the law office of Eric Ollason, we understand the fear and stress our clients feel when making the decision to file for bankruptcy. If you are feeling that sense of dread, contact our office for a free initial consultation. Serving as an advocate means that we will reassure you and give you peace of mind. We will give you the facts. Some you may not want to hear. Others will surprise you.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer to discuss property you can keep in a bankruptcy filing, please contact us.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
If you are in crisis, you need help. You need compassion and education on the following:
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
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- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
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- Life following bankruptcy
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- Foreclosures and Repossessions
- Family Debt
- Small Business Debt
- Short Sale
- Second Mortgage / Home Equity Line of Credit
- Corporate and LLC Debt
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