Bankruptcy

If You Are Drowning in Debt, We May Be Able to Help!

Substantial debt can have a serious impact on your life. However, the thought of declaring bankruptcy can seem overwhelming. The bankruptcy attorneys at Woodruff & Fortner in Smithfield can help you make a fresh start.

 

Why File For Bankruptcy?

 

ü   Restore Your Credit

While filing for bankruptcy will initially affect your credit, the process also clears debt, allowing you to start the process of rebuilding your credit.

 

ü   Stop Debt Collection

Bankruptcy filings can also stop aggressive debt collection actions, such as harassing phone calls and repossessions.

 

ü   Postpone Foreclosure

 

If you are facing foreclosure, our attorneys can help you file for bankruptcy in a way that postpones the foreclosure process.

 

 

Postpone Foreclosure

We have the experience and resources to handle creditor claims in bankruptcy and receiverships and reorganization projects of any size and complexity and are efficient, pragmatic, and result-driven in our approach to handling credit problems.

We have the experience and resources to handle creditor claims in bankruptcy and receiverships and reorganization projects of any size and complexity and are efficient, pragmatic, and result-driven in our approach to handling credit problems.

 

Collections

We represent local clients in commercial and consumer collection matters in federal and state courts in our region of North Carolina.

 

Debt Restructuring and Workouts

Our attorneys advise our creditor clients in loan workouts and restructurings. We have handled matters involving distressed real estate, including high-end planned community development projects, hotels, commercial office buildings, industrial facilities, restaurants, shopping centers, apartment projects, farm and ranch property, and undeveloped land.

 

To Discuss Our Bankruptcy Services 
Call us today

910-934-4000

 

In addition to representing creditors and trustees, this law firm is a debt relief agency, proudly helping people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Please note that the information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice, nor does it constitute a contract of service between you and our firm. You must consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your personal situation.