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Bankruptcy Attorney in Lebanon, Tennessee

Timothy A. Davis Attorney at Law helps organize lives and finances. With over 20 years of experience, he can guide you through the bankruptcy process and get you the relief you need. Attorney Davis will shoulder your burden, and help you find the best option for you.

If you're ready to take the first step towards regaining your financial footing, reach out today to schedule a free consultation. From his Lebanon law office, Tim Davis proudly serves Nashville, Mr. Juliet, Gallatin, and more communities throughout Wilson County and Sumner County, Tennessee.

In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you cannot make over-medium income. You don't have to lose everything; you can keep up to $10,000 in personal property. Chapter 7 is a liquidation of all debt. This option is available to individuals and families with average or below-average income. 

In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you complete a reorganization of debt and pay it back. You pay as much as you can reasonably afford. Individuals or families with above-average incomes can create a repayment plan through Chapter 13 reorganization with our help.

Attorney Davis can help you determine which type of bankruptcy is right for your situation.

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Timothy A. Davis is sensitive to your needs and hands-on with everything. Even with recent changes to the bankruptcy code, you may still discharge debt and keep your car and/or house. Contact Timothy A. Davis Law Office today for a free initial consultation virtually or by phone. Attorney Davis strives to provide quick responses and can find out quickly with a phone call if you pre-qualify, or if his staff are able to help you with your case. Tim Davis serves multiple communities throughout Middle Tennessee, including Lebanon, Nashville, Mt. Juliet, Gallatin, Wilson County, and Sumner County.

Timothy A. Davis Law Office is a debt relief agency. Attorney Davis helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.