Filing for bankruptcy protection is no easy decision. Determining what type of bankruptcy is best for you — or your business — can be even more complicated.
Bankruptcy law provides numerous options for obtaining debt relief, retaining assets and remaining in control of your business. Without seeking legal counsel, however, you might not be able to take full advantage of the legal protections available to you.
Tarrant County Business/Personal Bankruptcy Lawyer
At Norred Law PLLC, we assist individuals and small businesses with obtaining bankruptcy protection. Whether your personal finances are in shambles or your business is on the brink of going under, you need not struggle on your own. Our firm offers detail-oriented and personalized guidance through a variety of debt relief options.
We are a one-stop-shop for those facing financial difficulties. Our practice areas include niches that many other attorneys will not touch such as Chapter 11 bankruptcy for individuals. We also assist clients in all types of business bankruptcy and personal bankruptcy.
Why We're Different
At Norred Law PLLC, we take pride in offering personalized representation. We focus on quality rather than quantity. When you hire our firm, you will not just be a number or a file in a bankruptcy mill. We provide each case with the individualized attention it deserves.
Our attorney is accessible and responsive to clients' concerns. As a Texas business owner for more than 15 years, he has a thorough first-hand understanding of the concerns small businesses face.
We do hard things so our clients don't have to. Our firm does not shy away from difficult cases. On the contrary, we readily tackle challenges to help clients attain a positive outcome and fresh beginnings.
To learn more about whether filing for bankruptcy protection can benefit you or your business, call Norred Law PLLC at 817-440-4366 to speak with an Arlington bankruptcy lawyer. You can also contact us online. We look forward to assisting you.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.