Casper Bankruptcy Lawyer

Are you struggling month after month because of debt? Are you constantly harassed and threatened by creditors? Are you on the verge of losing your home? It's time to explore bankruptcy as the possible solution to your debt crisis.

The Law Office of Hampton Young, PC, in Casper, Wyoming, represents individuals, couples and small business owners in filing for personal bankruptcy. Our attention to detail helps clients discharge as much debt as possible while retaining as many assets as possible.

Chapter 7 And Chapter 13 Debt Relief In Eastern Wyoming

Attorney Hampton M. Young Jr. brings 35 years of legal experience, including extensive work in consumer bankruptcy. He serves clients in Casper, Wheatland, Rawlins, Buffalo, Sheridan, Gillette and all surrounding counties of Wyoming.

Mr. Young will sit down with you to discuss your finances and your options:

  • If you are buried in unsecured debt such as credit card balances and medical bills, you may qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 discharge eliminates those debts, giving you a fresh start. It also stops the harassing phone calls and letters from credit card companies and collection agencies. Most clients are able to keep their assets, including their retirement savings, house, cars and personal possessions.
  • If you are behind on your mortgage or earn too much to qualify for Chapter 7, you may seek relief through Chapter 13 bankruptcy. In a Chapter 13 repayment plan, you get immediate relief from creditors and pay back part of your debts over three to five years. Chapter 13 will stop foreclosure, stop vehicle repossession and stop wage garnishment.

Discuss Bankruptcy With An Experienced, Compassionate Lawyer

Bankruptcy is not right for everybody, but there are many benefits and it costs you nothing to explore the possibility. Hampton Young will personally prepare your bankruptcy petition and accompany you to Bankruptcy Court.

Call 307-224-2020 or (toll free) 800-481-6084, or email us today, to arrange a free consultation with our experienced Casper Bankruptcy  lawyer.

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