Lexington Lawyer Handling Property Liens And Bankruptcy

Some creditors or agencies are particularly aggressive in collecting on debts. They may be so aggressive as to file lawsuits against a debtor, trying to obtain judgments that allow them to obtain a lien or levy on the debtor's property. Once a judgment lien is filed, the debtor may not refinance or sell the real estate without first paying off the lien.

At the Law Office of Ginger C. Cord, PSC., I represent individuals who are struggling to get rid of debts and protect themselves against liens and levies that have been placed or could potentially be placed on their property.

Real Estate Levy Protection And Bankruptcy Proceedings

One of the major obstacles in having debts discharged through bankruptcy involves liens and levies on property. In most Chapter 7's, I can totally avoid most judgment liens that have been filed at the county clerk's office against your real estate.

If you have had a lawsuit filed against you or are concerned that liens and levies may be placed on your property, contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options and help get yourself on the road to financial security.

Contact Lexington, Kentucky, Bankruptcy Attorney Ginger C. Cord Today

Bankruptcy does not have to be the last resort. As your lawyer, I will work directly with you to help you get the information and understanding you need to make an educated decision about how to handle your debts.

I can be reached directly, either online or by telephone at 859-963-2073, to help you start on the path to financial freedom.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.