Bankruptcy

When It Comes to Bankruptcy, You're Not Alone

According to the AACER website (automated access to court electronic records), almost 1.1 million Americans filed for bankruptcy in 2008. In 2009, bankruptcy filings by businesses increased by 78% in the first quarter alone.

If you're in financial difficulty, you're not alone. Whether your needs are for a personal bankruptcy or a business bankruptcy, you should contact Thompson Law Group, P.C., today.

Don't wait too long. Life should be more than a series of harassing phone calls from creditors, enduring the stress of mounting debt, and the fear you are about to lose everything. It happens to well run businesses, conscientious seniors, and hard driving professionals alike. The storms and whirlpools of the economy affect us all.

  • Act now to save your home from foreclosure
  • Stop sinking hundreds or thousands of dollars into unsecured debt
  • Restructure your finances and budget for a renewed chance at life

Bankruptcy law is one of our main practice areas. Thompson Law Group, P.C., is a member of NACBA, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the only national organization dedicated to serving the needs of and protecting the rights of consumer debtors in bankruptcy.

Attentive Lawyers / Effective Solutions

Whether your needs involve a personal bankruptcy or a business bankruptcy, you'll find the attention you receive at Thompson Law Group, P.C., refreshing. You're more than a case file, and we know you deserve better than a "cookie cutter" solution. By working with you to develop a thorough understanding of your needs, we can provide innovative and dynamic legal representation, the best professional legal services possible. Learn more about Thompson Law Group, P.C.

Fighting Misconceptions about Bankruptcy

Yes, bankruptcy law underwent changes with the passage of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Nevertheless, bankruptcy remains a viable option for anyone who needs financial assistance.

Bankruptcy is neither too difficult nor too expensive. And you're not going to lose everything you have. There are many myths about bankruptcy, and you need a qualified bankruptcy attorney to review your particular situation and recommend the proper type of bankruptcy, as well as keep you informed as to how your bankruptcy affects your debts, your credit, your home, and your spouse.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Contact Thompson Law Group, P.C., today at 814-350-2229 or complete our short intake form, providing our partners with a basic sense of your needs and situation. We'll be in contact shortly.