Florida Bankruptcy

Punta Gorda ~ Port Charlotte ~ Charlotte County Florida

In today’s economy, many good people are finding themselves in a financial situation where they cannot pay their bills.  Our community has suffered from a rapid downturn in the real estate market that has adversely impacted almost everyone.  The loss in property value has been coupled with a soaring unemployment rate as well as losses in investments and retirement plans.  When these circumstances are combined with devastating life events such as illness, disability, and divorce, many honest and well-meaning people cannot pay their bills due to circumstances beyond their control.

If you are in a situation where you cannot pay your bills, are getting harassing phone calls, or are facing foreclosure or other lawsuits, you may want to consider whether filing for bankruptcy would be the best option for you.  Nobody wants to be in a position where they have to file bankruptcy, but remember that the bankruptcy laws exist specifically in order to help honest but financially troubled people get a fresh financial start.  Bankruptcy may be a way for you to discharge or manage your debts so you can build a future for yourself and your family.

If you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation, please call Diane McClellan at (941)205-2905 or send an e-mail to diane@mcclellanlaw.net to discuss whether you are eligible for bankruptcy and whether bankruptcy is right for you.

Practicing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law
in Charlotte County FL – Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Englewood.

Weekend Appointments Available for your Convenience!

Telephone: (941) 205-2905

E-Mail: diane@mcclellanlaw.net

Bankruptcy Law