Monday, March 16, 2015

Can I File Bankruptcy In Georgia Without An Attorney?

If you’re comfortable with filing complicated legal documents, you may not need a bankruptcy attorney. Filing without representation is also referred to as filing pro se.  However, because of the many complicated issues that can come up in a bankruptcy, it is not recommended to file without a skilled attorney representing you.  Documents must be filed and deadlines must be met.  It is a complicated process best overseen by an attorney.

Working with a bankruptcy lawyer from King and King means the hard work is already done for you. All you need to do is bring documentation, such as income statements and tax returns, and your attorney will do the rest for you. The last thing you need to worry about when faced with bankruptcy is administration and legal jargon. When working with King and King, you won’t have to.

Hiring an attorney to handle your bankruptcy can provide you with a number of benefits including:

A stress free solution – If you are contemplating bankruptcy, whether Chapter 7, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, then you will already have a lot on your plate and a lot to think about. Hiring an attorney can help you avoid any additional stress from mistakes, and will provide you with a simple, stress free way to move forward.

A Quick Way to Gain Control – When you work with an attorney from King and King, you can expect your bankruptcy process to be quite fast. In fact, as soon as the documents have been filed, you can expect wage garnishment, foreclosure and calling creditors to stop. We will guide you every step of the way so you know what to expect.

Filing for bankruptcy can be one of the hardest decisions to come to terms with. An attorney can help you come to terms with what this means and take on the legal side of things. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, call King and King at 404-524-6400 for a free consultation or visit us online at