Mounting debt is paralyzing for a person or business when there does not seem to be any viable way out. At EGH we understand debt issues that arise from medical bills, divorce, unemployment, and business cash flow gaps. We will look at your personal situation and work to find a solution that enables you to break free from the shackles of debt. If you find yourself falling behind each month or are receiving late notices from creditors, it is the perfect time to ask us for help.
At EGH, your first meeting is with a license attorney. We take the time to understand you and your situation so that we can find what solution works best for you. While bankruptcy may be the best answer for many, we will explore alternatives to bankruptcy such as loan modifications, note purchases, or short payoffs.
Our bankruptcy and debt resolution practice areas are headed by Bill Kroll, a North Carolina Certified Board Specialists in Business and Consumer Bankruptcy. Out of law school, Bill served as a law clerk in the Eastern District of North Carolina Bankruptcy Court. Prior to law school, he worked for 13 years at Binghamton University in higher education administration, managed a fitness center, and planned large scale events. In high school, Bill worked on the family dairy farm. In sum, Bill understands the value of hard work, has the experience to assist, and wants to put this drive into helping you.
So, if you are worrying about falling deeper into debt or about those late notices from creditors, it is time to call us for an appointment. The sooner you call, the better because it is easier to explore options before the sheriff is dropping paperwork at your home or business, or your house is in foreclosure, or the repo man is looking for your car. We can hit the pause button so creditors stop calling, you can take a breath, and a plan can be devised to keep you going. Together we can work to save your house, car, business – and most importantly, your sanity.
- Debt Resolution
- Mortgage Modifications
- Tax Debt
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (Business and Consumers)
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Consumers Only)
- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy (Businesses and Consumers)
- Chapter 11 Subchapter V Bankruptcy (Small Businesses)
- Chapter 12 Bankruptcy (Family Farms and Fisherman)
- Consumer Rights Protection
Everett Gaskins Hancock also represents creditors in bankruptcy. For more information visit our Legal Services page for Creditors’ Rights