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Bankruptcy Law Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer James Patrick Brady has devoted his practice to helping individuals and businesses attain a fresh financial start.
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Foreclosure A Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Attorney since 1977, Attorney James Patrick Brady has represented thousands of clients faced with foreclosure throughout Houston, Galveston, Brazoria and all adjoining Texas counties.
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Why Hire Attorney James Patrick Brady? Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer James Patrick Brady has devoted more than 30 years of legal practice to helping individuals and businesses in all areas of bankruptcy law.
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Houston, Texas Bankruptcy Attorney James Patrick Brady

PROVIDING SUPERIOR BANKRUPTCY, DEBT CONSOLIDATION AND NEGOTIATION SERVICES FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS

Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer James Patrick Brady has devoted his practice to helping individuals and businesses attain a fresh financial start. As a Bankruptcy Attorney since 1977, he has represented thousands of Debtors and Creditors throughout Houston, Galveston, Brazoria and all adjoining Texas counties.

Bankruptcy law will provide debt relief but, if done incorrectly, can create unforeseen consequences. Texas Bankruptcy Attorney James Patrick Brady knows State and Federal Bankruptcy Laws and has a proven record of going the distance for his clients.

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The Basics Of Texas Bankruptcy Law

Texas bankruptcy law protects consumers from financial ruin and the potential to be abused by outstanding creditors. By allowing consumers to have their qualifying debts eliminated, bankruptcy is a federal process which offers all Americans a second chance at controlling their debt. Houston, Texas Bankruptcy Attorney James Patrick Brady recognizes that financial hardships can happen to anyone, and consumers that fall into this category sometimes do not have the ability to comply with creditors’ repayment demands. Texas debt consolidation Attorney James Patrick Brady uses bankruptcy laws to assist you when your only way out of financial hardship is the cancellation of debt.

As of October 17, 2005, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act will take effect, enforcing tougher restrictions on clients trying to file under Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Houston Bankruptcy Attorney James Patrick Brady will advise you of your legal rights as these new bankruptcy laws enter their infancy stages, and will fight to keep your bankruptcy rights protected in the future.

Texas Bankruptcy Attorney James Patrick Brady can help you:

  • Restructure a business or debts
  • Stop the pressure of collection calls
  • Stop lawsuits
  • Avoid foreclosure
  • Stop repossession
  • Stop IRS wage garnishments
  • Save your house from foreclosure
  • Discharge credit card debt
  • Discharge property taxes

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When you retain Houston, Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer James Patrick Brady, you will speak with, meet and attend hearings with Attorney Brady himself; not with a legal assistant, paralegal or appearance attorney. Attorney Brady diligently strives to provide you with information about the advantages and disadvantages of filing bankruptcy in order to help you make an informed decision.

Creditor Rights/Debtors Remedies:

Debt-relief Attorney James Patrick Brady is skilled and knowledgeable in Business and Consumer bankruptcy matters and will take the necessary steps to protect the rights of secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings.

Creditor Rights
As a creditor with the goal of maximizing your return, a realistic strategy while minimizing cost is a necessity. You have options for responding to a bankruptcy. If a debtor owes you money and has declared bankruptcy, our office can economically review the matter and identify available means to protect your rights and interest.

Debtor’s Remedies
Catastrophic medical bills, a devastating judgment, or an unavoidable business failure may require bankruptcy relief. If a financial disaster has led to a foreclosure, collection lawsuit, or repossession, we can advise you in choosing whether to reorganize your affairs or discharge your debts.

If you or someone you know in Houston, Texas, or within the surrounding cities and counties of Texas, needs debt consolidation legal counsel or the assistance of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, contact Attorney James Patrick Brady today, at 866-607-7551, or use the contact form provided on this site to schedule a consultation with an experienced Texas debt-relief lawyer.

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450 N. Texas Ave., Suite A
Webster, TX, 77598
Phone: 281-484-9300

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