Thompson & Shreve, PLLC

Attorneys At Law

There is a light at the end of your tunnel of debt!

Elizabethtown

Radcliff / Ft. Knox

The New Bankruptcy Law

We are bankruptcy lawyers servicing Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Ft. Knox, (Fort Knox), Bardstown, Leitchfield, Hardinsburg, Hodgenville, Brandenburg, Shepherdsville, Hardin County, LaRue County, Meade County, Nelson County, Grayson County, Breckinridge County, Bullitt County, Jefferson County, Kentucky and all around Central Kentucky.

At the law offices of Thompson & Shreve we focus on bankruptcy and debt repayment. There is light at the end of your tunnel of debt! We can help you file for the proper level of bankruptcy, whether filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is best to protect your assets and set up debt payment plans. Call (270) 737-1125 in Elizabethtown or (270) 352-1125 in Radcliff today and set up an appointment for a free bankruptcy evaluation.

  • Learn About Your Rights
  • Set Up Solid Debt Repayment Plans
  • Stop Creditors From Harassing You
  • Protect Your Assets

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common form of bankruptcy in the United States. Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code governs the process of liquidation under the bankruptcy laws of the United States.

Bankruptcy is your legal right! Today, millions of people are exercising that right. The bankruptcy laws were created by Congress to provide relief to those who have been victimized by divorce, job loss, identity theft, staggering medical bills or disability. In fact, 90% of all bankruptcy cases are a result of job loss, uninsured medical bills or divorce. Usually, however, a combination of unfortunate events contributes to significant financial woes. Some seemingly manageable credit card debt can become insurmountable when combined with a job loss.

So, stop blaming yourself for your situation and take control of it. The provisions of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, when navigated by an experienced bankruptcy attorney, the law offices of Thompson & Shreve can provide a safe harbor and a new beginning just when you had lost all hope. Contact us today for your Free Legal Evaluation. We help people just like you in Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Ft. Knox, (Fort Knox), Bardstown, Leitchfield, Hardinsburg, Hodgenville, Brandenburg, Leitchfield, Shepherdsville, Hardin County, LaRue County, Grayson County, Meade County, Nelson County, Breckinridge County, Bullitt County, Jefferson County, Kentucky and all around Central Kentucky find a new start.

Will my creditors stop harassing me?
Yes, they will! By law, all actions against a debtor must cease once the documents are filed. Creditors cannot initiate or continue any lawsuits, wage garnishes, or even telephone calls demanding payments.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing is a way for individuals to undergo a financial reorganization supervised by a federal bankruptcy court. Under Chapter 13, if you have a regular income and you are able to make regular payments, but can't keep up with the payments on your debts, chapter 13 bankruptcy may be right for you. Chapter 13 bankruptcy provides for a three to five year payment plan to help you catch up on your debts, discharge a part of some debts, and protect property like your home and automobile from foreclosure or repossession.

If you're in a financial bind that just keeps getting worse, it might be difficult to step back and calmly make rational decisions, but that's exactly what you need to do. Running from crisis to crisis, juggling your money to pay the "most urgent" bills and figure out what can wait a little longer just creates bigger problems in the long run. It's time to stop, take a deep breath, and gather the information you need to make good decisions for your financial future.

If you think Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be the answer for you, then contact the law offices Thompson & Shreve today so we can educate you about your bankruptcy options and explain how Chapter 13 might work for you.

Will my creditors stop harassing me?
Yes, they will! By law, all actions against a debtor must cease once the documents are filed. Creditors cannot initiate or continue any lawsuits, wage garnishes, or even telephone calls demanding payments.

Can I stop a foreclosure?
With the right help, virtually any foreclosure situation can be successfully resolved. When facing foreclosure time is of the essence. You must act fast to protect your rights. Contact Thompson and Shreve today for a free legal evaluation.

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