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Get Your Foreclosure Questions Answered

William H. Lively, Jr. WHL, PLLC, is the Texas bankruptcy firm that can help you find relief from IRS tax seizures, repossessions and more. Many people have bankruptcy questions that they are afraid to ask but attorney Bill Lively makes every client feel comfortable enough to ask what is on their mind. He gives every client individual attention so they are comfortable with the process and fully understand what will happen going forward.

For a free consultation, please call us in Tyler at 903-920-0008 or complete our contact form. We are the premier bankruptcy law firm serving all of East Texas.

How The Automatic Stay Helps You

An automatic stay is a powerful tool that can stop the foreclosure process right in its tracks. As long as your home has not already been sent to auction and sold, you have time to save it. An automatic stay can:

  • Stop foreclosure
  • Stop repossessions
  • Stop wage garnishments
  • Put an end to harassing collection calls
  • Keep creditors from contacting you at home or work

The minute your bankruptcy is filed, all contact from creditors must cease, and that is the law. Court mandates all foreclosure actions, wage garnishments and other collection activities to stop. By filing, you are halting foreclosure while you figure out a plan to eliminate your debt.

Reclaim Your Finances

Everyone runs into financial trouble. If you need time to reconfigure your finances and keep your home while doing so, bankruptcy is the answer.

All you need is the professional services of a skilled lawyer to help you navigate the process, file your paperwork and give you a fresh start. Bankruptcy laws are built to protect consumers who find themselves in over their head financially.

Contact us online or call 903-920-0008 to schedule a free consultation with us at our Tyler office.

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