Personal & Business
Bankruptcy can be a complex matter. Our experienced network of bankruptcy attorneys can help you, no mare the complexity of the situation.
Maintain all your Assets
Our network of experienced attorneys excel in exemption planning and will do all they can for you to keep your assets.
Get Your Life Back
You've struggled long enough. Let our network assist you in hitting the reboot button and getting your life back on track!
Did you know over 70% of the U.S. population does not seek legal counsel for fear of the cost.
Helping you Navigate Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows you to eliminate most secured and unsecured debt, including credit card debt and medical bills. Let our network of highly qualified attorneys assist you in stopping creditor calls and harassment, while keeping as many assets as possible.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Allows you to consolidate all of your personal debt (secured and unsecured) into a court-supervised repayment plan over three to five year period. It allows you to significantly reduce the amount of monthly payments into a single payment you can manage.Are you ready to take the next step?
Your new life starts with you. We can help! Let’s Begin
Our attorneys handle the following types of bankruptcy matters
- Bankruptcy Overview
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Creditor Harassment
- Life After Bankruptcy
- Preparing for Bankruptcy
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Wage Garnishments
- Asset Protection & Exemption
Contact Trident to connect with a Bankruptcy Attorney today
Are you wondering whether bankruptcy is the right solution for you? Are you concerned about what life after bankruptcy will look like? If you are overwhelmed by debt or being hounded by creditors, you owe it to yourself to find out if bankruptcy is right for you. At Trident Legal Network, our network of attorneys will take the time to listen to your concerns.
We Are Here to Help
Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be the best option to solve your financial problems. You may have been through a divorce, or had a medical emergency that left you with staggering hospital bills. You may have suffered identity theft or a sudden job loss. Often it is a combination of setbacks that contributes to financial difficulties—what may have seemed like minor credit card debt ballooned over time, leaving you with little hope of repaying your debts.