Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney Committed to Serving Northern Florida
Long career of bankruptcy law assistance in Leon, Jefferson and Taylor counties
At Angela M. Ball, P.A. in Tallahassee and Perry, FL, we know making the decision to file for bankruptcy is difficult and perhaps traumatic. We’ve been handling bankruptcy matters in northern Florida since 1989. While each case is unique, our deep experience in the field gives us the perspective and insight to make sure we avail each client of the most advantageous remedies for their financial distress.
Bankruptcy clients receive personal, hands-on attention
We are committed to resolving your legal matter as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. Clients of firm can rely on our:
- One-on-One Attention — You can be assured that your case will receive the personal care it needs and deserves. We keep a close eye on the progress of each client’s case and will keep you well-informed each step of the way.
- Familiarity with applicable laws — Having handled hundreds of bankruptcy filings over the course of 30 years, Angela M. Ball, P.A. knows the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and other applicable laws inside and out. We stay on the cutting edge of all developments in the field.
- Focus on relieving emotional stress — Filing for bankruptcy can be a life-changing event and you may not know what to expect. We try to reduce your stress by explaining the unknown factors and accomplishing the best outcome for you.
Utilizing our experience in the bankruptcy courts, Angela M. Ball, P.A. makes it a priority to help you through this process with as little financial or emotional tumult as possible.
Experienced bankruptcy counsel for citizens and businesses
For clients throughout northern Florida, Angela M. Ball, P.A. provides full-service, knowledgeable advocacy for all types of bankruptcy cases. We are committed to doing the full debt analysis that will help you decide which of these types may apply to your situation.
- Chapter 7 — This procedure is also known as liquidation, the sale of a debtor’s nonexempt property and the distribution of the proceeds to creditors.
- Chapter 13 — Also known as a wage earner’s plan, this chapter provides for adjustment of debts of an individual with regular income. Chapter 13 allows a debtor to keep property and pay debts over time, usually three to five years.
- Chapter 11 — This chapter provides for reorganization of a corporation or partnership under a plan of reorganization that lets it keep its business alive and pay off creditors over time. People in business or individuals can also seek Chapter 11 relief.
We’ll also explore out-of-court agreements with creditors or debt counseling services as an alternative to a bankruptcy filing.
Free consultation offered in Tallahassee and surrounding area
If you’re facing financial distress and need assistance, Angela M. Ball, P.A. is ready to help you. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness and ability to resolve your case. Please call 850-558-6171 or contact us online. We have offices in Tallahassee and Perry for your convenience.