Your Omaha Bankruptcy Attorney
Burke Smith Is an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney in Omaha, NE
Helping Residents & Businesses Obtain Permanent Financial Stability
Financial stress can be debilitating. If you are having financial difficulty, then it is likely consuming your life in many aspects. Hiring an effective bankruptcy attorney can put you on the road to financial freedom. Our Omaha, Nebraska bankruptcy lawyers pride themselves on the high level of service provided to all of our clients.
At our office you will be dealing with your attorneys and not paralegals or staff. We keep in regular contact so that you are up to date on your case and so that everything can go as smoothly as possible for you. As soon as you hire us, the harassing calls from creditors and debt collectors will stop, and you will be on your way to a fresh start. Burke Smith devotes his practice to standing up for his clients, and he is ready to assist you.
You have questions about bankruptcy.
We have answers.
84 answers, to be precise. They are available in this free 36-page digital booklet, which we can instantly email to you. Included are answers to questions like:
— How will I know when I need to file bankruptcy?
— How long does a bankruptcy case take?
— Do I need a lawyer to file for bankruptcy?
— Which debts are not discharged by bankruptcy?
— What property will I lose and what will I get to keep?
— Do I have to file for bankruptcy on all my debits and credit accounts, or can I keep
— What common mistakes do debtors make before filing bankruptcy?
Chapter 7 & Chapter 13
Talk to an Omaha Bankruptcy Lawyer to Discuss your Alternative Debt Relief Solutions
Many Nebraska residents need a fresh financial start, but may think bankruptcy is not an option for them. Even if you own a home, a car, and have a job, this is simply not the case. Nebraska bankruptcy attorney Burke Smith has helped residents of Omaha, Lincoln and greater Nebraska obtain financial freedom while keeping all of their possession. Each case is unique and results cannot be guaranteed, but you owe it to yourself to talk to an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
It is common for people with a steady income to think they are not eligible to file bankruptcy. Many Nebraska residents, with a good income but excessive debt, are able to gain financial freedom through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This process helps you to get out of debt, typically for an amount substantially less than if you paid your creditors directly. If you feel you can’t make progress against your debt or you are behind on your mortgage and are threatened with foreclosure, contact our Omaha bankruptcy lawyers today.
Debt collectors may attempt to exploit you and make you feel as though you must pay them. That is rarely, if ever, the case. Federal law protects consumers from being harassed, abused, or deceived by debt collectors. As experienced Nebraska bankruptcy attorneys, we will enforce your rights and handle your debt collectors for you.
Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy allow individuals a number of exemptions. This means that you can keep certain items free and clear, without the value of the exempt item counting towards the amount you owe creditors. An important part of what we do is analyzing the property our clients own and determining the maximum amount and type of exemptions that they are entitled to under the law. Attorney Burke Smith and his associate Dana Ulrich have extensive experience in calculating and maximizing the exemptions claimed by their clients.
If you’re behind on your mortgage payments and are worried about keeping your home or stopping a foreclosure, filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy may offer you the protection you need. The most efficient and cost-effective way to stop a foreclosure is to take advantage of chapter 13 bankruptcy. Save your home and reduce your debt all at once; call our office today to find out how.
The purpose of a debt solution is to get you out of debt in the most cost-efficient way possible. If you are looking for a debt solution that can help put you into a better place and give you a fresh start, then trust Burke Smith Law to help you.
If you have defaulted on your mortgage, received notification of foreclosure, or are concerned over whether you will keep your property in a bankruptcy, you're not alone. At Burke Smith Law, a qualified bankruptcy lawyer can inform you of options to keep your home and avoid foreclosure.
If a debt collector is alleging that you have an outstanding debt, it is important to know that you have rights. At Burke Smith Law, an experienced Omaha bankruptcy attorney will explain the laws that protect you against illegal debt collection. Contact our offices today to schedule an initial consultation.
Omaha Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyers Serving All of Nebraska
The idea of bankruptcy terrifies many people. You likely believe that filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 means that you will lose all of your property. You are likely unsure of what debts can be discharged through bankruptcy, whether you are even eligible to file, and how it will other wise impact your life. The bankruptcy process can be used to eliminate credit card debt, to discharge medical bills, to stop a wage garnishment and to help you keep your home and your car. These are just a few ways in which the process can put you on the right path. It is important you hire an attorney who understands the Nebraska bankruptcy process so that your case moves along as efficiently as possible. Contact our office online or by telephone today.
Once you retain attorneys Burke Smith and Dana Ulrich they will immediately begin the process. After meeting with you and explaining how the bankruptcy process works in Nebraska, they will help you determine whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is best for you. The sooner you start the process then the sooner you rid yourself of debt you cannot afford. Our office is in Omaha and we service the entire state.
Take a Stand Against Harassing Debt Collectors
The law places limits on what bill collectors can and cannot do. Unfortunately these same collectors often break the law when collecting consumer debt. Our Omaha lawyers will stand up for your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). If you are a Nebraska resident being harassed by bill collectors then contact us immediately as you may be entitled to compensation. Remember, you do not have to file bankruptcy to protect your rights under the FDCPA.
Contact us online or by telephone, at (402) 718-8865 to consult with Burke regarding a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.