Bankruptcy Attorneys at the Lee Law Firm

The Lee Law Firm focuses on providing affordable, high quality representation for each client that desires to achieve a financially solid future. The bankruptcy attorneys at Lee Law Firm have vast experience in protecting individuals from foreclosure, garnishments, repossession and harassing calls from creditors.

When you contact a Fort Worth Area bankruptcy attorney at Lee Law Firm, you will meet with a qualified professional who will help evaluate whether bankruptcy is right for you. Our attorneys will design a custom plan to suit your unique situation. We value our clients and aim to assist you in eliminating your debt and returning to financial stability. We offer the professionalism of a big law firm with the compassion and personalized service of a small firm.

We have two offices conveniently located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. We proudly serve Tarrant, Dallas, Denton, Parker, Denton, Johnson, Hood, Hunt, Rockwall, Collin, Ellis, Kaufman, Somervell and Wise counties.

The Dallas bankruptcy lawyers

At the Lee Law Firm aim to help local residents resolve their debt issues and achieve a financially healthy future. They provide high quality legal representation that helps lower monthly debt payments, and stop wage garnishment, foreclosures, calls from creditors and repossessions.

The Lee Law Firm attorneys are sensitive to their clients hardships and strive to offer an affordable rate for services that meet the needs of their clients. They seek to treat each client with respect, compassion and sensitivity.

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Our Fort Worth & Dallas area Bankruptcy Attorneys

Have many years of experience in all aspects of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. They have extensive knowledge of the law and aim to provide their clients with a plan to obtain a solid financial future.

Christopher Lee practices bankruptcy and mortgage loan modification in the Dallas and Fort Worth area of Texas. As a Texas lawyer he played a key role, from 2006-2011, in the development of the law firm Allmand and Lee. Mr. Lee and his attorneys have handled numerous cases that have resulted in clients resolving their debt crises and reclaim fiscal health.

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Latest Bankruptcy & Financial News


Credit Rating and Bankruptcy

July 5, 2019 - Posted in Credit Tips

Usually, one of the first things people think of when filing bankruptcy is ruining their credit rating. While it’s true, the bankruptcy will stay on your credit report for up to 10 years; filing bankruptcy won’t be the only thing reflecting negatively on your credit report if you are behind in your debt payments. When  … Read more

Retirement Plans and Bankruptcy

July 1, 2019 - Posted in Economy

If you are considering filing bankruptcy and worry you may lose your retirement funds to pay your creditors, know that most states consider these accounts completely exempt. The Bankruptcy Abuse and Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 states that many types of retirement plans are exempt assets and may not be used to satisfy  … Read more

Bankruptcy Laws

June 28, 2019 - Posted in Bankruptcy

In 2005 the Bankruptcy Abuse and Prevention Act went into law. This act made filing bankruptcy more complicated than it had been before. The credit card companies heavily lobbied for stricter requirements for filing bankruptcy. Means Testing If you earn more than your states median wages, you may not be able to file Chapter 7  … Read more

The Creditors Meeting

June 28, 2019 - Posted in Bankruptcy

Also called the 341 meeting, the creditors meeting is held approximately 30 days after you file your bankruptcy paperwork. You and your attorney will attend this meeting, also attending will be your court-appointed trustee and possibly your creditors. The trustee will review your financial documents and your bankruptcy petition. The trustee will then ask you  … Read more

Eligibility to File Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

June 24, 2019 - Posted in Chapter 13

Not everyone can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Some reasons you may not qualify is if you received a previous Chapter 7 discharge within the last four years or a Chapter 13 discharge within the previous 2 years. To file Chapter 13 personal bankruptcy, you must be an individual or spouse. You will not be  … Read more