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Bankruptcy Attorney In Atlanta GA

“It gives to the honest but unfortunate debtor … a new opportunity in life and a clear field from the future effort, unhampered by the pressure and discouragement of pre-existing debt.”
– The U.S. Supreme Court in explaining bankruptcy’s purpose


If you are on this page chances are you are in the middle of a financial crisis. House payments are behind or in foreclosure, car payments are late, creditors are calling, lawsuits have been threatened or filed. You probably have stopped opening your mail and you hate to answer the phone.

If you have problems such as these, filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 under the U.S. Bankruptcy code may be a solution for you. Either chapter will stop all collection activity as soon as it is filed, and in most cases you can keep all of your property. Let The Galler Law Firm, LLC help you with all your bankruptcy needs.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.”
Call 770.671-8830.

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Your mortgage payments are behind, or you’re in foreclosure
Car payments are late and your automobile could be repossessed at any moment
Creditors and bill collectors are calling constantly
You’ve been threatened with lawsuits, or some have been filed
You fear opening the mail and/or hate to answer your phone.
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The purpose of a bankruptcy is to protect you from adverse creditor action. With limited exception, the minute your attorney presses the “file case” button on his computer, you and your assets are protected by the bankruptcy law’s automatic stay. Because bankruptcy is a legal proceeding you will have to attend court (usually for a

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You may need help with the IRS if you received an IRS collection notice. If you owe back tax debt to the IRS, you will receive letters with “number codes” on the upper right hand side of the letter. Those “number codes are very important as each IRS collection code signifies a certain step in

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