Hands-On Guidance Through The Bankruptcy Process
Technically, there is no law that requires someone filing bankruptcy to be represented by an attorney. However, bankruptcy is a complex legal process with specific requirements and timelines that must be met. Filing bankruptcy without the help of a lawyer is a lot like building a house without a contractor. It is legally possible, but that does not mean it is a wise decision.
At Kerney Law Firm, in Gallatin, Tennessee, we have built our practice helping people get through the bankruptcy process with as little stress and uncertainty as possible.
The Importance Of Hiring A Bankruptcy Attorney
Licensed attorneys are the only people who can legally file bankruptcy petitions on other people’s behalf, for good reason. Filing for bankruptcy and successfully completing the process require legal knowledge and familiarity with bankruptcy requirements and courts.
Filing for bankruptcy is a big choice, and many people hesitate because of stigma and misinformation. At Kerney Law Firm, we understand the stress of financial struggles, and we are here to help you understand all of your options. Attorney Christopher Kerney, who has more than 20 years of bankruptcy experience, meets personally with every client, so you can benefit from his extensive knowledge of bankruptcy courts and processes.
Bankruptcy is all we do, and we are proud to have helped hundreds of individuals and familiar in Middle Tennessee discharge their debt and embark on a new chapter, free from their financial struggles. We are compassionate counselors and fierce advocates, negotiating on your behalf and keeping you informed about the status of your case.
We’re Here To Help You Regain Control. Call For A Free Consultation.
We invite you to join us for a free initial consultation, either at our office in Gallatin or over the phone, to review your finances, answer your questions and begin developing a plan to free you from debt. Call 615-206-9900 or contact us online today.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.