Galveston Eviction Attorney

Stop Home Eviction In Texas

When you face unmanageable debt and cannot afford to pay your rent, the possibility of being evicted may become an unfortunate reality. This can be devastating on numerous levels, from the emotional effects of leaving the place you call home, to the physical problem of not having a place to live. If you fear an eviction notice is coming — the law office of Gipson, Norman & Root may be able help.

Bankruptcy Can Help You Stay In Your Rented Home

Our law firm helps people just like you find debt relief solutions through bankruptcy everyday. One of the many things that bankruptcy can do is to protect you from eviction. In most cases, Chapter 13 bankruptcy can allow you to remain in your home while repaying past-due rent in manageable monthly payments over an extended period of time. Likewise, Chapter 7 bankruptcy can allow you to discharge all overdue rent owed to your landlord. Unlike Chapter 13, however, you will be required to move from the property you are renting.

Complexities may arise if you have already been served with an eviction notice or if your landlord has already filed paperwork to evict with the courts. In these cases, bankruptcy may not offer the same option of staying in your home. Each case in unique, so we encourage you to get in touch with our law firm to discuss your specific circumstances. We will help you understand all of your options, so you can make the best decision for yourself.

Contact Our Texas Bankruptcy Attorney

Contact our office at 281-823-7016 or 888-512-6044 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with our experienced Galveston eviction lawyer.

Gipson, Norman & Root is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code.