Bankruptcy Blog

23 July 2013

What to Expect at your Free Consultation

When you come in for your consultation, you meet with me, not another attorney or a paralegal. You should plan to be here for an hour or so.  If you are in a hurry, please be sure to let us know when you arrive or before you come in.

If at all possible, I would like to send you a questionnaire which lists documents that we would like for you to bring, such as a list of your debts, bills, paystubs and legal documents relating to any lawsuit, foreclosure or repossession.  I will review these items with you during our meeting.

Once I get the information, I will analyze your situation and advise you of your legal options.  Your conference will often cover non-bankruptcy collection law, debt settlement and lawsuits. You will learn what property is protected from your creditors in or out of bankruptcy. I will also explain the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, and when you should (or shouldn't) file them.

Then, I will give you my recommendation for your situation to help you make your decision.  We will look for the best solution given your unique circumstances.

Finally, I am there to answer any questions you may have.  I want to be a resource for you and help you through these rough times.

Steven H. Phelps  

Steven H. Phelps

Mr. Phelps was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1992. His early litigation practice was concentrated in the areas of business law, banking and financial services, real estate and labor law. Since 1995, Mr. Phelps enlarged his practice to include the areas of estate planning and title services and most importantly, personal bankruptcy.

Call Steven today to talk about your individual situation during a free consultation.

Call today for a complimentary consultation

214-373-0880

8350 N. Central Expressway
Suite 1220
Dallas, Texas 75206

Phone: (214) 373-0880
Fax:
(214) 373-3239

1636 N. Hampton Road
Suite 210
DeSoto, Texas 75115

Phone: (469) 765-1200
Fax:
(469) 765-1201

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You can meet with an 
attorney by appointment only.