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Bankruptcy FAQ

Credit Card Debt

Making ends meet each month can be a stretch. When unexpected life events — such as illness, divorce or loss of work — occur or unexpected bills arise, meeting monthly bills may be impossible. Many people are forced to turn to credit cards to keep up with the daily costs of living. Unfortunately, this cycle often results in an ever-growing mountain of debt.

There is a way out. At the McBride Law Firm, we help individuals in Alexandria and throughout central Louisiana eliminate their credit card debt through bankruptcy.

Credit card debt is “unsecured debt” meaning it can be discharged through bankruptcy without forfeiting any of the assets purchased with the credit card.

Stop Collections

Credit card companies can be ruthless in their collection activities. Collection departments often use harassing tactics — such as relentless phone calls and threatening letters — in an attempt to force you to pay. In some cases, credit card companies may be able to garnish your wages or your bank account in satisfaction of your debt. The moment you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, all creditor contact must cease.

A Local Firm With Local Roots

At the McBride Law Firm, we have been serving the local Alexandria, Louisiana, community for more than 30 years. Individuals trust our attorneys to provide them with honest, effective and trustworthy legal representation during the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy process. Clients turn to us because they know an experienced bankruptcy attorney will personally handle on their case.

We are committed to finding the best debt relief path for you.

For A Free Consultation, Call McBride Law Firm Now

Don’t waste another day buried by credit card debt. Contact our lawyers at 318-625-0471 to stop creditor harassment and eliminate your debts. We offer free same-day or next-day appointments and flexible hours. Walk-ins are also welcome.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.