With more than 20 years of experience as a bankruptcy lawyer in Dallas, Harriet Langston has an accomplished record of helping individuals and businesses find solutions to their debt problems.
Dallas, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) February 18, 2011
Dallas, Texas attorney Harriet L. Langston has received the prestigious BV(R) Distinguished(TM) Peer Review Rating(SM) from Martindale-Hubbell(R).
With more than 20 years of experience as a bankruptcy lawyer in Dallas, Harriet Langston has an accomplished record of helping individuals and businesses find solutions to their debt problems. Ms. Langston is certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization to serve as a business bankruptcy (Chapter 11) and consumer bankruptcy specialist (Chapter 7 and Chapter 13).
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About the Firm
Harriet Langston, P.C. helps individuals and businesses emerge from debt. Ms. Langston handles various types of bankruptcy:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy: Also known as liquidation, Chapter 7 discharges your debt and distributes the proceeds from your non-exempt assets to creditors.
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy: Typically used by business owners to reorganize their companies while remaining in possession of their assets; Chapter 11 requires formulating a repayment plan that must be approved by creditors.
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy: Establishes a repayment plan for individuals with stable incomes; Chapter 13 is often used by people who do not qualify for Chapter 7 or who are determined to pay back their loans.
- Non-bankruptcy workouts: Aim to avoid bankruptcy through various means, such as attempting to negotiate an agreement directly with creditors; this option is only possible when creditors are flexible.
For more information about the firm please go to http://www.harrietlangston.com/ or call 866-603-0804.
Harriet Langston, P.C.
7557 Rambler Rd. Suite 812, Dallas, TX 75231