Was Your Bankruptcy Case Dismissed? We Can Help You Refile and Get the Fresh Financial Start You Deserve

If you've been struggling financially for some time now and were counting on bankruptcy to give you a fresh start, you may have been frustrated, sad, or disheartened when your case was dismissed—and left wondering if you'll be shackled to your debt forever. Not to worry, a case dismissal doesn't necessarily mean you aren't entitled to pursue debt relief under the bankruptcy code.

The bankruptcy process can be complex and confusing for those who have no previous experience navigating it and, if you don't have a skilled bankruptcy attorney by your side, it's easy to make mistakes. Even if you were represented by an attorney the last time you filed for bankruptcy, sometimes having fresh eyes on the case can make all the difference.

If your bankruptcy case was dismissed, the knowledgeable and seasoned bankruptcy attorneys with Hampton Roads Legal Services can review your case to determine what went wrong, as well as help you refile. Our Virginia Beach-based debt relief law firm has more than 20 years experience assisting clients in situations similar to yours become debt free through bankruptcy. We can help you:

  • Weigh all of your options
  • Determine if bankruptcy is right for you, and which type of bankruptcy is appropriate for your situation
  • Stop harassing phone calls from creditors
  • End wage garnishments, levies, or bank liens
  • Save your home from foreclosure or judgment liens
  • Eliminate unsecured debts

Most importantly, at Hampton Roads Legal Services, we give you the legal representation you need to relieve yourself of burdensome debts and start again with a clean financial slate.

Is Bankruptcy Right for You?

If you filed for bankruptcy but had your case dismissed, you may be wondering if bankruptcy is actually the appropriate solution for your financial predicament. Our firm's bankruptcy attorneys can review the details of your case, and help you understand your rights and options. If it turns out that bankruptcy is still the best way forward, we'll refile your case and guide you through each and every step of the process.

Do you have questions about a dismissed bankruptcy case? Complete the contact form or give us a call at 757-637-0811 to request a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our firm's bankruptcy attorneys.

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Edrie Pfeiffer, Bankruptcy & Divorce Attorney