Greenwood Bankruptcy Lawyer

Here to Guide You Every Step of the Way

Are you living from paycheck to paycheck? Do you struggle to make minimum payments on your monthly bills? Are you receiving constant calls from debt collectors? If you answer yes to one or more of these questions, it might be time to consider filing for bankruptcy.

Prior to deciding to file, it is crucial to sit down with an experienced attorney in Greenwood. At the Law Office of Matthew M. Cree, LLC, we can help you analyze your financial burden and your options for debt relief. We can also assist you with collections defense to stop creditor harassment.

We have over a decade of experience helping clients handle a variety of cases, including:

Considering Filing for Bankruptcy?

Find out the Benefits of Filing

Despite the negative stigma, filing for bankruptcy actually has many potential advantages, depending on your specific situation. As you begin to consider if bankruptcy is right for you, it’s helpful to understand the primary ways it could make your life better.

Bankruptcy can yield many benefits, including:

  • The potential for a debt discharge, permanently relieving you of the obligation to pay
  • An automatic stay against creditors to suspend all debt collection activity
  • Protection from foreclosure, wage garnishment, and creditor harassment
  • A clean slate from which you can begin to rebuild your credit

While not all types of debt qualify for discharge, most do. These include medical bills, credit card debt, deficiency judgments, repossessions, past-due utility bills, payday loans, and landlord-tenant judgments.

Your first consultation is free. Call Law office of Matthew M. Cree at (317) 830-5993 now to get on the path to financial freedom.

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  • I had a great experience with Matthew! He made the whole process simple.

    “I had a great experience with Matthew! He made the whole process simple and made sure to stay in touch every step of the process. I definitely recommend him to anyone who may be seeking bankruptcy ...”

    - Justin M.
  • Matt was professional, he handled everything.

    “Matt was professional, he handled everything. He gave me all the instructions I needed to do to get things rolling. Everything went quick and easy.”

    - Deanna B.
  • Attorney Cree made sure he explained everything making sure I understood.

    “Being so young and unknowing of all of my options, Attorney Cree made sure he explained everything making sure I understood. Communication was great not pushy at all. Makes you feel at ease. I’m ...”

    - Lisa L.
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  • Every time we had a question or concern he would get back to us that day.

    “He is very professional and prompt! Every time we had a question or concern he would get back to us that day. I recommend anyone to reach out to Matt for any legal advice for bankruptcy! By far the ...”

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Your Bankruptcy Checklist

If you’re looking to expedite your bankruptcy process, you may want to gather the following documents. It will seem like a lot, but keep in mind that this list can be tailored to your specific situation. For example, if you own a home, then we would need a copy of your recent mortgage statement, mortgage, and deed. If you rent, on the other hand, we would just need a copy of your lease.

Please also keep in mind that this information is crucial in planning your case, and having it handy makes for a much smoother, stress-free case for you! It's been our experience that putting in a little effort at the beginning of your case will pay off dividends down the road!

Your bankruptcy checklist includes:

  • Certificate of Consumer Credit Counseling (the first course you take—must be completed before filing)
  • Completed bankruptcy packet with income and expenses (provided at meeting)
  • Copy of Photo ID and Social Security Card
  • Paystubs/proof of income for the past six months (including spouse's income, even if they are not filing)
  • Bank statements for the past three months
  • Federal and state tax returns with W-2’s / 1099’s for the past two years (or most recently filed returns)
  • Most recent statement for all retirement accounts, whole-life insurance policies, & 529 educational savings accounts
  • Most recent mortgage statement
  • Copies of real estate mortgage and deed
  • Rental/Lease Agreement or Land Installment Contract
  • Divorce Decree and Property Settlement Agreement
  • Name, address, and telephone number of the person receiving child support
  • Copies of all lawsuits/complaints, garnishment orders, and foreclosure/sheriff sale notices
  • Proof of any transfers, sales, gifts, or trades of any type of property made in the past two years
  • Proof of charitable contributions, if over $100 per month
  • Payroll email or fax number if your wages are being garnished (so we can send them notice to stop the garnishment)

Download Your Bankruptcy Checklist Here

To discuss your debt relief options with Attorney Matthew Cree, contact the Law Office of Matthew M. Cree, LLC at (317) 830-5993 today.

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