The thought of filing bankruptcy is not something that crosses everyone’s mind. You say to yourself, I can make this work if I just have a little more time. Unfortunately, time may not be on your side. Bill collectors keep calling you, harassing you at home, at work, just making your life harder than it needs to be.
If you have considered filing for bankruptcy, or if you want to find out what options you have, call me, your Atlanta bankruptcy lawyer, at 770-396-4323 or email me today for a no-cost evaluation of your case. We will discuss whether you should file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or if bankruptcy is even the right option for you.
You will work with only me, Attorney Stittleburg, through-out the whole process, you won’t be talking to paralegals or secretaries. I will work for you in filing your bankruptcy case in Metro Atlanta, Rome or Gainesville, represent you at the hearings, and give you the information you need.
In order to provide debtors with advice regarding filing for bankruptcy protection under BAPCPA, certain information will be required. Please click here to go to the Bankruptcy Questionnaire page to see what information I will need to give you a full answer to your questions.
Not all marriages end in nasty divorces. Some couples agree that it is time to part ways, civilly and without acrimony. This is called an uncontested divorce.
As an Atlanta Georgia divorce lawyer, we will work together to end your marriage in a more civilized manner, taking care of the paperwork that the legal system requires, without adding extra stress or aggravation. My job is to educate you about how Georgia divorce laws affect your decisions to file for divorce. We will meet to discuss your options, and I will file the paperwork for you in the proper Metro Atlanta county court.
My divorce practice is limited to uncontested divorce or amicable divorce matters. If you have a specific question about the uncontested divorce process email me. I will do my best to provide you with a qualified and helpful answer.
I am happy to review your case at no charge. If your situation is right, I will assist you in filing for divorce. There may be times when your case will not fit into the uncontested process. I will then refer you to a litigation attorney who specializes in divorce trials.
Wills, Estates & Trusts
What will happen to your loved ones when you die? Thinking about our own death is not pleasant, but true love means thinking about taking care of your family. And what better way to show your love than to plan some of the details they will be too stressed or emotional to think clearly about?
We all accumulate a lot of stuff as we go through life. We buy homes, cars, clothing, furniture. We maintain financial accounts. We save our money in 401k’s. We buy stocks, bonds, certificates of deposit. The list goes on and on. Will your family know what to do when you are gone? Do they know what you would like as your final wishes?
Wills help protect those things we have gathered throughout our lives and protects our loved ones from making decisions in the stress of the moment. In your last will and testament, you ensure that your treasured items go to someone who will care for them, and your heirs will have the funds you want them to have.
Living Wills and the Georgia Advance Care Directive
The Georgia Advance Care Directive, specific to Georgia, and the nationally accepted Living Will allow family and doctors to know your wishes for end of life situations, eliminating the arguments that can come between family members.
Without a Will, the government will decide who gets what from your estate. This can tie up the funds your family needs to live on. Without a Living Will, doctors and the courts may have more say about end of life situations than you or your family may have.
Take the time now to contact Attorney Bernd Stittleburg today at 770-396-4323 to get your wishes and thoughts down on paper, so that your heirs will not have to deal with government red tape.