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A bankruptcy and debt attorney specializes in laws that govern bankruptcy and debt. Such a lawyer helps individuals and business entities that are struggling with debts settle, get relief from or eliminate their debts.
You need a bankruptcy and debt lawyer if your business is struggling and you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy or you need representation in court over debt-related matters. You need this type of lawyer if your cash flow is awful, you are having bounced checks, your bills are piling up and (you don't have clarity on how to deal with them) or you are being harassed by creditors and/or debt collectors.
A bankruptcy and debt attorney can help you eliminate your debts or arrange a more comfortable repayment arrangement with your creditors. If a creditor has broken the law in the way they have treated you, a bankruptcy and debt lawyer can help you file a lawsuit. For persons and entities contemplating bankruptcy filing, he or she would advise on the best option considering your current circumstances.