Filing for bankruptcy does not mean that you have failed. In fact, it can be the first step toward regaining your freedom. At Peter Ryan Attorney at Law, I am proud to help clients assess their financial situations and take the steps necessary to get back on the path toward stability. If you are in need of a compassionate and capable consumer bankruptcy attorney in McKinney, Dallas or Collin County, Texas, as well as Denham Springs or Livingston Parish, Louisiana, reach out today for a free consultation.
Throughout my life, I have always chosen careers in which I can help other people grow and move forward. Before becoming an attorney, I was a school teacher. Through this job, I honed many skills that have served me well as an attorney, including the ability to make technical processes understandable. When clients come to me, they are met with someone who truly cares. I walk my clients through bankruptcy with the intention of getting them back on their feet and moving forward in life. Helping others work toward financial stability when they are in a difficult or seemingly hopeless situation is what inspires me every day. I earned my J.D. from Tulane Law School in 2009 and since then I have helped countless clients see that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and together we can get you there.LEARN MORE ABOUT ME
I pride myself on seeking a timely resolution to each client's legal situation. Through careful organization and thorough planning, I ensure that you know exactly what will be happening throughout the bankruptcy process. Every client receives a packet of questions that will help both of us understand your legal situation fully. I make bankruptcy easy to understand, and I simplify the process so that you know exactly what the outcome will be once you file.
I strive to be both a knowledgeable resource and a personable partner for every client. You should feel comfortable coming to me with any and all questions or concerns you may have along the way, and I will be more than willing to lend a compassionate ear if you need someone to listen. We're in this together, and I'll be with you each step of the way from start to finish. The most important thing to remember is that it will get better.
Facing the possibility of filing for bankruptcy can be incredibly difficult. You may feel as though you're at the end of your rope, and the possibility of a better financial future may be getting harder to see day by day. I am here to tell you that this is not the end for you. There is a way out, and together we will get you back on your feet.
Bankruptcy is nothing to be afraid of. It can be life-changing for many people, and as your consumer bankruptcy attorney, I will show you that financial freedom is within reach. Together we will figure out which type of bankruptcy is right for you, and then I will take the lead in your case. With nearly a decade of legal experience, I am prepared to guide you toward a favorable resolution. If you are located in McKinney, Dallas or Collin County, Texas, reach out today.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves liquidation, whereas Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves reorganization. Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy, some property may be liquidated to pay toward your debts, but substantial protections may apply. This option is typically best for clients who have a limited income and may not be able to pay back their debts. If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will agree to a repayment plan that will be dependent on your income.
We'll assess your financial situation and proceed with the option that works best for you. If you are in need of a consumer bankruptcy attorney in McKinney, Texas, I encourage you to schedule a free consultation today. Taking that first step can be difficult, but seeking legal guidance can take some of the weight off of your shoulders. I am proud to serve clients in Texas and Louisiana.