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Jacksonville Bankruptcy Law Firm
Bankruptcy Lawyers representing General, Chapter 7, 11 & 13 Bankruptcy Cases
At the Bankruptcy Law Firm of Lansing J. Roy, P.A. we are experienced bankruptcy attorneys who focus our practice exclusively on representing debtors in federal bankruptcy cases. It is all we do.
Lansing J. Roy and his team are committed to helping clients throughout Northeast Florida get relief from their debts and move forward with their lives. Experienced, efficient and affordable, our attorneys and staff have the skills and resources to help clients through bankruptcy and beyond. Our primary areas of practice are:
Bankruptcy law can be confusing and complex. Our experienced attorneys will protect your interests, explain your options, and minimize the chance for errors or missteps in your filing.
The Process of a Bankruptcy Case - What to Expect
The first step in a bankruptcy case is the initial consultation with an attorney and a paralegal at our Jacksonville office. There is no cost or obligation for this first visit, which normally lasts 45 minutes to an hour. We will take a detailed look at your situation. Your rights and options will be explained. And we will help you come up with a plan of action.
If you decide to retain us to represent you, your next appointment will be with the bookkeeping department, where you will pay a down payment and open a file.
We will help you analyze your eligibility for different forms of debt relief and advise you on which form of relief will most likely be beneficial to you. We will also help you get an appointment with a credit counselor for your pre-bankruptcy credit counseling briefing.
We will give you a specific homework assignment: gathering the financial records, documents, and other information you will need as part of your bankruptcy filing.
You will appear at the Federal Courthouse about 40 days after filing your bankruptcy for the Meeting of Creditors (also called the 341 Meeting). One of our attorneys will be with you at the meeting. If you are in a Chapter 13, there will be another court appearance for you a few months after the Meeting of Creditors.
After Bankruptcy - How to Avoid Debt Traps
At the Bankruptcy Law Firm of Lansing J. Roy, P.A., we not only help you navigate the bankruptcy process, but we also offer assistance and services to help you emerge from bankruptcy with a stronger financial footing.
We have a sincere interest in seeing our clients become successful and offer free workshops to provide you with the information and tools you need. Our Life Af
ter Bankruptcy Workshop will help you figure out how you ended up in bankruptcy in the first place and help you make sure it does not happen again. It also teaches you how to qualify for mortgage and automobile financing in a responsible fashion. You will receive instruction on how to update your credit bureau to properly reflect your status after your bankruptcy is completed.
Complete Bankruptcy Representation
The Bankruptcy Law Firm of Lansing J. Roy, P.A., represents clients who need to file for bankruptcy under Chapters 7, 11 or 13 and who live in the Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division, which consists of the following 15 counties: Baker, Columbia, Marion, Sumter, Bradford, Duval, Nassau, Suwanee, Citrus, Flagler, Putnam, Union, Clay, Hamilton and St. Johns.
We offer FREE initial consultations and have payment options available in Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. Call us at 904.391.0030 or email us here to schedule a FREE initial consultation. We may be able to help.
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