When a person or business is completely overwhelmed by financial obligation and can no longer meet them - often by no fault of their own - the law provides that they can find a way out through bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy is governed by federal law. Bankruptcy matters are heard in a federal court. Different types of bankruptcy include Chapter 13 debt repayment plans, Chapter 7 debt discharge plans, or Chapter 11 reorganization plans.
A Arlington County, Virginia bankruptcy lawyer can help his or her client navigate this difficult legal proceeding.
NACBA serves the needs of consumer bankruptcy attorneys and works to protect the rights of consumer debtors.
Lawyer Referral Service in Arlington, VA - Since 1969, the Arlington County Bar Association has sponsored a Lawyer Referral Service (LRS). The LRS connects individuals and businesses with qualified attorneys in the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas of Arlington County and Prince William County, VA. In exchange for a $50 consultation fee you will receive a 30 minute consultation with a qualified attorney. For more than 45 years, this community based non-profit service has played an important role in helping individuals find a pre-screened attorney experienced in a particular practice area of the law.