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Are you overwhelmed with your debts? Do debt collectors keep calling you? Are you facing a foreclosure? Bankruptcy may be right for you. And it’s time to re-gain control.

Edwin C. Lenow can help.

He will personally meet with you and will evaluate your financial situation and help you determine whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you.

Is bankruptcy the right option for you?

Personal Bankruptcy and Business Bankruptcy

Several bankruptcy options are available depending on your situation. We will help you understand which option is best for you, so that you can make informed decisions about how to proceed.

Chapter 7 : This form of personal or business bankruptcy involves a liquidation of non-exempt assets (if any) to pay off debt.

Chapter 11 : Companies and individuals can use this reorganization and debt reduction process to maintain their businesses and assets, while paying back debt.

Chapter 13 : For individuals, this form of bankruptcy involves preparing a debt repayment plan, in which they agree to pay a certain portion of their future income to the bankruptcy trustee for payment to the creditors. Individuals can protect their homes, businesses and other assets.

Although bankruptcy is not right for everyone, for some it is a chance for a fresh start. Filing for bankruptcy protection can assist in a number of ways, including the following:

Save your home

Stop harassing phone calls

Stop lawsuits (with some exceptions)

Stop garnishments

Stop vehicle repossession

Stop enforcement of judgments

Eliminate or reduce debt

Our experience includes every aspect of bankruptcy law, including taxes and credit. Consequently, we understand bankruptcy issues from all perspectives. As a result of our knowledge and experience, we are able to resolve even the most complex bankruptcy issues.

Don’t hesitate! Give Edwin C. Lenow a call or email today for legal issues you need assistance with.

Call us today at 901-527-8680

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Domestic Violence

If you feel as though you need protection from an individual who you have a close relationship with,

  • Filing a Restraining Order — What Do I Need to Know?

    Domestic violence restraining orders are available to individuals who believe they are being abused by someone with whom they have a close relationship, including:

  • Defending Criminal Charges and Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

    When a restraining order is filed, it will likely be temporary until a "permanent" order is made. You should seek legal help immediately. If you do not seek legal counsel, a "permanent" restraining order may be issued against you, which could last for up to five years.

  • How Do Restraining Orders Affect Child Custody and Support?

    Tennessee restraining orders may also affect child custody and child support orders. It can limit the amount of time you spend with your children, and you may be required to pay a significant amount of money in child support and/or spousal support.