BOARD CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN BANKRUPTCY LAW

At Fuller & Eason, we are committed to helping our clients put an end to their debt through the filing of bankruptcy. If you are experiencing severe financial problems, we can help you work toward a fresh start. Contact our Dallas debt relief law firm as soon as possible to learn more about how we can help you evaluate your situation to determine if bankruptcy is right for you.

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Since 1993, our very own Attorney Roger Fuller has been Board Certified as an expert in bankruptcy law. With this level of in-depth knowledge, he is prepared to help you work toward a successful resolution of your debt. If you are dealing with serious creditor harassment or abusive tactics, you should not hesitate to contact us as soon as possible. We have helped thousands of clients rid themselves of debt—and we can help you too! Contact us now for a free evaluation of your case.

HELPING INDIVIDUALS FOR MORE THAN TWO DECADES

There are few things that are more stressful than dealing with the complexities of debt. If you find yourself dealing with constant creditor calls or if you are using multiple credit cards just to make ends meet, you should not hesitate to get the help of a qualified legal professional. Someone who helps make things better—not worse. At our law firm, we have earned a reputation for providing legal counsel that is personalized, compassionate, and effective. Contact us today!

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Do you have debt that is just getting worse over time? Are you using multiple credit cards or constantly taking out new loans? It may seem hopeless—but it’s not!

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Roger, I don't know what I would do without you. I really appreciate you and all you have done for us. Thanks.
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Roger, Thank you so much for all you did to help me through my divorce and financial distress. I really appreciate your patience and willingness to allow me to make payments. Thank you so much!

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BANKRUPTCY LAW BLOGS

BANKRUPTCY FILERS TARGETED IN A SCAM

Recently, con-artists have been posing as bankruptcy attorneys to prey on clients. Across the country, people who have filed for bankruptcy or plan to have been targeted and taken advantage of. The imposters have used software to mimic the caller ID system, making it appear as if the client’s bankruptcy attorney is calling them.

CAN I KEEP MY HOME IF I FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY?

When filing for bankruptcy, you may be able to keep your home; however, this will depend on your particular situation and which chapter of bankruptcy you decide to file. Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to keep your property (including your car and home) as long as you keep up with your payment plan, which usually lasts three to five years.

FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY IN DALLAS: WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT

Though the Dallas community is very affluent, many people still find themselves facing financial challenges and obstacles, often leading them to file for bankruptcy. While countless consumers choose to pursue this financial option each and every year, it is important that you understand how bankruptcy will personally affect