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Are you facing mountains of debt that you cannot afford to pay? Does your phone ring constantly with calls from creditors looking to get paid? Is your home in danger of being foreclosed on? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you need to know that you are not alone. Even better, solutions are available, and the team at Acker Warren P.C. is here to help. In many situations, filing for bankruptcy protection can provide relief from harassing creditors as you work toward getting a financial fresh start.

Attorneys Sean Acker and Brandon Warren formed Acker Warren P.C. with the goal of providing top-quality legal services to clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. With a primary focus on bankruptcy law, our team believes that legal excellence extends well beyond the inside of a courtroom. By building client relationships, delivering effective and prompt communication, and treating each client with dignity and respect, we have earned our reputation as a law firm that prioritizes our clients’ needs. If you have questions about bankruptcy and how it might help you and your family, contact one of our experienced attorneys today.

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Bankruptcy

For many people, the idea of filing for bankruptcy is nearly unthinkable. After all, bankruptcy is only for those with failed businesses, right? Do not let misguided beliefs and inaccurate rumors keep you from getting the financial help you deserve when you need it most. At Acker Warren P.C., our lawyers have more than 20 years of combined bankruptcy law experience, and we have helped hundreds of individuals and businesses throughout North Texas seek protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

graphWe will work closely with you to decide which type of bankruptcy is the best option for your unique situation. From there, we will help you file the necessary documents and remain at your side until the process is complete. Do not wait. Start working toward the fresh start you deserve.

Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Depending on your financial situation, you might qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Also known as “liquidation bankruptcy,” Chapter 7 bankruptcy is generally the best option for those with large amounts of unsecured debt and relatively few assets. In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, an individual’s assets may be liquidated to pay off a portion of their debts, after which all remaining eligible debts are discharged. Our attorneys will walk you through the process of Chapter 7 bankruptcy while helping you keep your home and vehicle in most cases.

Chapter 13

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is likely to be an option. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, all of the debtor’s obligations are reorganized in a three-to-five-year payment plan. Upon successful completion of the payment plan, all remaining eligible debt is discharged. Not all debt can be discharged, even in Chapter 13 bankruptcy. It is important to have your financial situation analyzed carefully by an experienced bankruptcy attorney who will help you understand which debts will and will not be discharged so that you can make the best decisions moving forward.

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From Our Clients

  • "I would definitely recommend these guys, they are straight forward, very knowledgeable which helps with easing your fears and questions that you will have. They are responsive, and as long as you do what they need it's quick and honestly easier than I expected. There is no shame in bankruptcy, understand..."- Satisfied Customer

  • "Mr. Brandon Warren was very knowledgeable and helpful during this entire process. It was tough to close out my family business and Brandon was mindful and considerate that it was an emotional strain on me. He answered all of my many questions with patience and care. He fought hard for when the Trustee was not always..."- Satisfied Customer

  • "The best experience I ever had with an attorney. I can’t say enough good things about Brandon. He was very professional, always. Didn’t matter the day or time I sent him a message, within minutes I would receive a response. He was honest laid out my options, if I had a concern he addressed it. No one wants to find..."- Satisfied Customer

Frequently Asked Questions

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What can I do to get creditors to stop harassing me?

Answer: When you file for bankruptcy, all debt collection activities must stop, as an automatic stay is issued by the bankruptcy court. This means no more calls, no more letters, and no more harassment. Creditors who continue to harass you will face sanctions from the court.

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Can bankruptcy prevent foreclosure on my home?

Answer: Filing for bankruptcy will temporarily stop foreclosure proceedings so that you can get a handle on your finances. Our attorneys will then work to help you keep your home as you work through the next stages of the bankruptcy process.

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Will bankruptcy destroy my credit?

Answer: Bankruptcy will have a negative effect on your credit rating, at least for some time afterward. However, having delinquent accounts and unpaid balances on your credit history will also negatively affect your credit rating. We will help you weigh your options and get you back on the path toward a high credit score as quickly as possible.

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How long does the bankruptcy process take?

Answer: Depending on the type of bankruptcy you choose, your case could be completed in as little as three months, or it could take up to five years for you to complete your payment plan. Regardless of which way you decide to go, you can depend on the team at Acker Warren P.C. to be at your side every step of the way.

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Attorneys Sean Acker and Brandon Warren are grateful for the trust that our clients and our communities place in our firm. As a token of our appreciation, we are proud to offer two scholarships each semester to deserving college-bound students. Click the link below for award and eligibility details.

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