We Can Help You Seek Immediate Relief from Crippling Debt.
Often, when clients come to us with financial problems, they need immediate help and don’t have time to wait. If you are facing foreclosure or repossession due to deep financial trouble, we can help. Even if your wages are being garnished and you don’t have a way to pay back your debt, you can rely on our emergency bankruptcy filing lawyers in Royal Oak and Southeastern Michigan at Gudeman & Associates, P.C. to take rapid action on your behalf. We can work quickly and effectively to help you file for bankruptcy as soon as possible.
An emergency filing can help to prevent the following:
- Home foreclosure
- Wage garnishment
- Auto repossession
- Creditor harassment
If you don’t have time for the often-lengthy bankruptcy process, Gudeman & Associates, P.C. can help. We have more than 100 years of combined experience and know the bankruptcy process inside and out.
File for Bankruptcy Today
Filing for bankruptcy typically takes a certain amount of time—typically a couple of months—to go through all of the necessary steps. In a case where you have to take immediate action, you will not have time to file a full petition. We can help you to fill out the forms required to put an automatic stay in place, immediately putting a halt on all collection attempts. Your creditors will be alerted about the automatic stay, which restricts them from taking any more actions against you. From there, you will have 14 days to file the full bankruptcy petition with our help.
Stopping Foreclosure & Debt Collection Attempts
You can rely on our bankruptcy attorneys at Royal Oak and Southeastern Michigan to work with you on an emergency basis to find an appropriate solution for you. With more than 100 years of combined experience in this field of law, our firm has earned an A+ rating from the BBB. Our top priority is to help you get control of your overwhelming debt and to protect your property. An emergency filing will help to keep your wages from being garnished, your car from being repossessed, or your home from being foreclosed upon.