Memphis Garnishments Lawyer
Tennessee Liens Attorney
If you owe money for an unpaid debt such as a home repair, medical bill, credit card bills, etc. in Tennessee, the creditor can seek a judgment and file a lien against your house. This can make selling or refinancing your home much more difficult. The creditor can then seek to garnish your wages or bank account. These liens can paralyze your personal finances or business.
Help is available for those who find themselves in this situation. The Law Offices of Philip F. Counce helps people in this situation get debt relief. We can take action to lift a judgment lien or prevent it from being entered against you.
The Law Offices of Philip F. Counce
Call (901) 201-6012 or send us an e-mail to arrange for a confidential consultation.
Preventing a Lien or Garnishment in Tennessee
Our firm can evaluate your situation and present you with options that may work for you. Through a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, we can prevent a lien from occurring by filing your case before the judgment is rendered and recording in the office of the Register of Deeds. This action can eliminate or reduce your debts and stop foreclosure, repossession or garnishment immediately.
The sooner you speak with us, the sooner you could be on the path toward renewed financial health.
Removing a Lien
Our firm can also remove existing judgment liens that impair an exemption and clear the title to your home. Philip Counce devotes his practice exclusively to bankruptcy and related matters. With over 30 years of experience in the field, he understands how to use the law to get help for his clients. The Law Offices of Philip F. Counce will work to find the right bankruptcy solution for you, so you can get your financial life back on track.
Will Bankruptcy Help?
Ask Philip Counce. It could be the right solution for you.
For a confidential consultation with Attorney Philip F. Counce, call (901) 201-6012 or send us an e-mail.
We are a Title 11 Debt Relief Agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. This ad does not create an attorney-client relationship until a written agreement is signed.