Dallas and Fort Worth Bankruptcy at Allmand Law

Allmand Law is dedicated to providing you with exceptional personal service.

Every day we see good people struggling financially. We at Allmand Law have dedicated ourselves to helping people handle tough situations. We have made it our mission to help clients facing a debt crisis to get control of their finances and start on a path to a financially secure future. It is a very rewarding experience to meet with a client  who is facing the loss of their property, experiencing loss of sleep and loss of good will with friends and family members, and having the opportunity to improve their situation.

When you visit us at Allmand Law, we will strive to soothe your anxiety and help you to walk out of our office a new person with a fresh start.  It is our experience that anyone is one job loss or one unexpected emergency away from the need for a bankruptcy attorney.  Being in debt doesn’t make you a bad person. We understand that good people can fall victim to bad circumstances. Allmand Law is here to help.

We file consumer bankruptcy cases in the Dallas Division, which includes Addison, Dallas, Duncanville, DeSoto, Cedar Hill, Coppell, Plano, Garland, Irving, Las Colinas, Grand Prairie, Richardson, Denton, Flower Mound, Lewisville, Carrollton, McKinney, Sunnyvale, Allen, Frisco, Mesquite , Wylie and many other surrounding cities. Our staff includes over 20 years of experience combined.  Mr. Allmand is board certified in consumer bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and maintains a high level of professionalism in all aspects.  The employees of Allmand Law are professional, kind and understanding to each clients specific needs and circumstances.

FAQ

Why do I need to submit a new wage order when I modify my plan

When we modify your bankruptcy plan we are changing your plan payments. This means that we have to get with your employer and change the terms and amount of your wage order. The only way we can do that is by filling out a new wage order form.  

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What happens if the stay terminates on my home?

If the bankruptcy stay terminates on your home that means that even though your in bankruptcy, your creditor can pursue all there legal remedies they can pursue if you were not in bankruptcy. This includes foreclosure, and having your house sold and evicting you from your house.

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  • Dallas Bankruptcy

    5646 Milton Street, Ste. 120 Dallas, Texas 75206
  • Fort Worth Bankruptcy

    860 Airport Freeway, Suite 401, Hurst, Texas 76054
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