Brent W. Davis, L.L.C. serves clients throughout Alabama, including Birmingham, Pelham, Columbiana, Helena, Hoover, Oneonta, Bessemer, Mountain Brook, Alabaster, Calera, Springville, Remlap, Montevallo, Chelsea, Harpersville, Inverness, Jefferson County, Blount County, and Shelby County.
Birmingham Bankruptcy Attorney
If you need an experienced Birmingham bankruptcy attorney, the professionals from Brent W. Davis & Associates, LLC can help you find relief from debt.
If you are unable to pay your monthly bills or are facing mounting debts, it may be time to speak to an experienced bankruptcy attorney. People suffering from debt have rights, and deserve to be treated with dignity. One of your primary rights is the legal option of filing bankruptcy. Many different debt relief options exist, depending on your particular circumstances. You can save your home from foreclosure using a court-protected repayment plan, or reorganize your personal debt and make it fit your budget, allowing you to eliminate debt and get a fresh start.
Come in now for a free consultation. We provide personal, handcrafted debt management and debt elimination advice to good people going through hard times.
The law office of Brent W. Davis & Associates, LLC serves clients from offices in Birmingham and in Pelham. Our law practice focuses almost exclusively on debt relief and consumer protection. Senior bankruptcy and foreclosure prevention attorney Brent W. Davis has more than two decades of bankruptcy legal experience. We provide personalized bankruptcy-related services in a welcoming environment. We will work hard to solve your financial problems and get you back on your feet.
At Brent W. Davis & Associates, LLC, we help clients file for business debt relief and personal bankruptcy, and we monitor our clients’ creditors to ensure they follow fair lending laws and debt collection regulations. If you are behind on mortgage payments or facing foreclosure, we can explain the foreclosure alternatives and help you save your home or escape an “underwater” mortgage.
Do You Qualify for Bankruptcy?
Yes! Our Founding Fathers wisely included bankruptcy protections in the United States Constitution. In recent years there have been changes to the bankruptcy law. Fortunately, these changes turned out to be “more bark than bite.” The law still allows Americans all of the same Chapter 7 bankruptcy protections as before.
Your First Step To A Fresh Start
For more information about stopping foreclosure, filing bankruptcy, or to schedule an appointment, please contact us or come to our office in Birmingham. Bankruptcy attorney Brent W. Davis will give you the personalized attention you need to turn a new leaf.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.