You have questions about bankruptcy.
We have answers.
- How will I know when I need to file bankruptcy?
- How long does a bankruptcy case take?
- Do I need a lawyer to file for bankruptcy?
- Which debts are not discharged by bankruptcy?
- What property will I lose and what will I get to keep?
- Do I have to file for bankruptcy on all my debits and credit accounts, or can I keep
- What common mistakes do debtors make before filing bankruptcy?
Niblock & Associates Bankruptcy Attorneys
If you are having difficulty paying your bills, or if your wages are being garnished, you should contact the experienced Arkansas Bankruptcy Lawyers at Niblock & Associates. If a creditor is attempting to foreclose on your home or repossess your property, bankruptcy may be a necessity and you should contact us immediately. We are here for you and we can help.
Contacting a bankruptcy lawyer is an important decision. We will be happy to provide you with a free consultation to determine the best possible option for your situation.
Your Options Under the Bankruptcy Code With Our
Little Rock Bankruptcy Lawyers in Arkansas
There are five (5) Chapters under the Bankruptcy Code.
If you would like to discuss your options under the Bankruptcy Code in detail, contact the experienced Arkansas Bankruptcy Lawyers at Niblock & Associates today.
What are your options?
How do you know whether you should file a Chapter 7, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy? We can help determine the best way to help you, and explain any alternatives.
Property of any kind where a creditor can repossess it if the debtor doesn’t make payments as agreed. Example would be a home mortgage or vehicle loan.
Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers
When you need an experienced Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyer, you can count on the personal injury lawyers at Niblock & Associates to be sure you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Personal Injury is any form of suffering, physical or psychological, that results from the negligence of others. Negligence is a term that describes a situation where one person puts another person at risk of injury deliberately or by accident.
If you or someone you know think you may be a victim of a personal injury, we would strongly suggest you call us immediately. There is a time limit for such cases, and it is important to file the claim as quickly as possible to ensure a stronger case. Evidence deteriorates after time, so the earlier you call us, the earlier we can help you to collect all documentation, photos, or testimonies we can to help build your successful case.
Our experience allows us to handle your case in a thorough, professional manner while we evaluate all the evidence and determine your potential damages. We will build the best plan to help your case succeed and have all the resources necessary to hire special experts to help strengthen your claim. We will protect your rights and aggressively represent your interests in court.