West Jordan, UT (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
The idea of filing for bankruptcy is frightening and raises many questions. That's why the bankruptcy attorneys at Lewis Adams and Associates decided to launch a free consultation service. Its gives people a place to get answers to their questions without any risk or obligation. Anyone thinking about filing for bankruptcy in Utah can discuss the specifics of their situation with a bankruptcy expert who can provide advice and guidance. To make an appointment, interested parties should contact Lewis Adams and Associates by phone or via the contact form on their website.
An important part of the consultation is bankruptcy education. Attorney Lewis Adams will explain the bankruptcy laws of Utah and the different types of bankruptcy, including the qualification criteria for each. Each form of bankruptcy filing has its own pros and cons. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is also called a debt restructuring whereas a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is an opportunity to wipe out all debt. With the exception of alimony, child support and federally insured student loans, these two forms of bankruptcy may be used to restructure or erase most other obligations.
Questions about the fate of houses and cars are the most common questions that a bankruptcy lawyer confronts. The likely impact of a bankruptcy filing on a primary residence, mortgage, car, car loans and other assets will be explained in detail by Lewis Adams during the consultation. Bankruptcy doesn't necessarily means that a family will have to leave their current home. Ironically, for homeowners that have received a foreclosure notice, the bankruptcy process may be what allows them to stay in the home. The intersection of bankruptcy law, foreclosures and loan modifications can be incredibly complex. Anyone who has received a foreclosure notice is strongly encouraged to take advantage of the complimentary consultation to learn how the law applies to their situation.
During the consultation, Lewis Adams will also explain the steps in the bankruptcy process so that individuals that wish to move forward know what to expect. Estimates on the duration of the case and anticipated fees will be provided. Finally, the specific services provided by a bankruptcy attorney at each stage in the process will be explained. More information about bankruptcy law and process in Utah can be obtained on the Lewis Adams and Associates website. Anyone who wishes to ask specific questions about their situation should schedule a no-obligation consultation.
About Attorney Lewis Adams
Lewis Adams is a Utah Bankruptcy Attorney serving West Jordan, Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. Lewis graduated from the University of Utah College of Law in 1995. He entered private practice and has focused primarily on bankruptcy law in Utah where he enjoys crafting custom solutions that will get each client the best outcomes possible.
About Lewis Adams and Associates
Lewis Adams and Associates focuses on consumer bankruptcy law - Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 - in the state of Utah. They provide compassionate and caring assistance for people facing foreclosure, extreme credit card debt, wage garnishments or other serious financial situations. As a long standing, respected bankruptcy law firm in the Salt Lake City area, Lewis Adams and Associates has ongoing working relationships with credit counselors, CPA’s, Realtors, mortgage brokers and other professionals who can offer the assistance and related services during the bankruptcy process. Lewis Adams and Associates is pleased to be approved by Congress as a debt relief agency serving the West Jordan and Salt Lake City Utah area.
Lewis Adams and Associates
9231 S Redwood Rd, Ste. A
West Jordan, UT 84088