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Coleman Legal Group, LLC

Cumming Georgia Bankruptcy Attorneys

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Cumming Georgia Bankruptcy Lawyers

Quality of service and competence matters. We have over a decade of experience helping hundreds of people and businesses deal with crushing debt and filing bankruptcy in Cumming Georgia and surrounding areas.  Under the bankruptcy code you can obtain immediate debt relief, stopping all collection activity, bills, phone calls, law suits and garnishments. Call now to discuss your case with an experienced Cumming Georgia bankruptcy attorney.

Our experienced team of Cumming Georgia bankruptcy lawyers will use every opportunity afforded under the bankruptcy code to bring immediate debt relief to you. Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding offering you several options to deal with burdensome debt. Bankruptcy, under federal and Georgia law can completely erase (discharge) your debts (Chapter 7) or to establish a plan repay some or all of the debt over time (Chapter 13).  We are experienced in personal and business bankruptcy cases. If you reside in Cumming, Georgia, Forsyth County and surrounding areas your bankruptcy case would likely be filed in the Gainesville Federal Court Division (rather than the Atlanta Division).

Our Cumming Georgia Bankruptcy  Bankruptcy Services Include:

  • Free Consultations: A Free Consultation with an experienced Cumming Georgia bankruptcy attorney that has filed hundreds of successful cases discharging over five hundred million dollars ($500,000,000) in debt.
  • Same Day / Emergency Filing if Needed: Our Cumming Georgia bankruptcy attorneys can file an emergency bankruptcy case electronically and very quickly – even on weekends.  This includes personal bankruptcy cases and business bankruptcy cases.
  • No Long Tedious Forms to Complete Before Filing: Our Cumming Georgia bankruptcy attorneys and paralegals complete all of the bankruptcy forms and paperwork for you and file with the case with the bankruptcy court. We do not require you to fill out tedious forms to meet with an attorney or to file.
  • Official Tax Forms Copies Requested For You If Needed: If you cannot locate your tax returns, our attorneys can request a tax return transcript if needed. This can be very helpful because the court requires a copy of your filed tax returns as a part of a bankruptcy case.
  • Mandatory (Court Required) Credit Counseling Made Easy and Very Inexpensive: We offer multiple options for your court required bankruptcy credit counseling. You can complete the credit counseling in-person, via telephone and from the comfort of your home on the internet.
  • Not Sure About Some Debts? We Can Pull Your Credit Report: This is a service that is included in all of our cases. We can obtain a copy of your credit report and public records report during your free bankruptcy consultation.  And these reports will be used to help complete your case in the most professional manner.
  • Weekend & Evening Appointments Available: Do you have a busy week? Can only come in to the office after hours?  We offer weekend and evening appointments.
  • Personal Bankruptcy, Joint Bankruptcy and Business Bankruptcy Cases: We can file a personal case for an individual, a joint bankruptcy case if you and your spouse want to file together, and business bankruptcy for you LLC, Corporation or other business.

Where are Cumming Georgia and Forsyth County Bankruptcy Cases Filed?

Cumming Georgia and Forsyth County bankruptcy cases are filed in the Gainesville, Georgia Federal Bankruptcy Court. Forsyth County Georgia bankruptcy cases are administered out of the Gainesville Georgia bankruptcy court district.

These cases include people filing that reside in: Alpharetta (Zip Codes: 3004, 3005), Ball Ground (Zip Code: 30107), Cumming (Zip Codes: 30041, 30040, 30028), Duluth (Zip Code: 30097), Gainesville (Zip Code: 30506), and Suwanee (Zip Code: 30024).

Also, the unincorporated communities listed here are included in Gainesville Georgia administered bankruptcy cases: Brookwood, Cal Mountain, Chestatee, Silver City, Daves Creek, Friendship, Oscarvlle, Big Creek, Midway, Matt and Ducktown.

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

Coleman Legal Group, LLC’s Georgia lawyers practice in the areas of Divorce, Family Law, Estates, Wills, Trusts, Probate, Bankruptcy, Business Law and Immigration. We have offices conveniently located at:

Cumming Georgia
The Avenue Forsyth
410 Peachtree Parkway
Building 400, Suite 4245
Cumming, GA 30041
Phone: 770-609-1247 | Map

Alpharetta Georgia
North Point Park
5755 North Point Parkway
Suite 51
Alpharetta, GA 30022
Phone: 770-609-1247 | Map

Other Offices Throughout the Atlanta Metro Area

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