Getting A Fresh Start Through Bankruptcy
Although you may strive to pay your bills on time and in full, an unexpected change in financial circumstances may prevent you from fulfilling your obligations. The federal bankruptcy law is a powerful tool that’s designed to help people going through a rough time. Filing bankruptcy gives you a chance to eliminate your debt and start over.
At Marberry Law Firm, P.C., we help our neighbors in Urbandale and the surrounding communities receive the financial relief they deserve. Whether you are behind on mortgage payments, unable to pay medical bills or other expenses, we will use the law to silence creditors and remove the debt that is holding you back. Guided by our bankruptcy attorney, Mark D. Reed, we will identify the best approach that fits your circumstances.
Reasons You May Need To File
If you owe more than your own or earn, you may be able to discharge your debt through bankruptcy. We have represented clients in proceedings after they’ve experienced:
- Loss or decrease in income
- Life events such as a medical emergency or prolonged illness resulting in medical bills
- Death of a spouse
- Increased credit card debt or unmanageable payday loans
- Unpaid utility bills
Lawyer Reed has handled bankruptcy matters since 1985 and has lectured throughout the state on debtor/creditor law. He has led countless Iowa residents through the bankruptcy process and is extremely qualified to assist you with your case. When your financial future is at stake, it is crucial that you work with an attorney who is intimately familiar with this area of law.
Contact Us To Discuss Your Legal Matters
An experienced bankruptcy attorney at Marberry Law Firm, P.C., can help you determine if there are alternatives to bankruptcy, or decide the appropriate course of action in actually filing for bankruptcy.
We are not here to judge; we are here to help. Please connect with us online or over the phone at 515-633-3000 or 515-989-6794 to receive more information.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.