At Pearson Butler, we have decades of experience serving individuals, businesses, and families across Utah in over a dozen practice areas. With more than thirty qualified legal professionals, we have the resources and experience needed to resolve even the most complex legal matters.

Utah Bankruptcy Lawyers

You Can Experience Relief From Overwhelming Debt

At Pearson Butler, we understand that financial difficulties can happen to anyone. Whether due to job loss, divorce, disability, or even simply a lack of proper financial planning and oversight, financial hardship can cause incredible strain on you and your family. Bankruptcy relief exists to help debtors get a second chance by reorganizing and eliminating debt. No matter what financial challenge you may be facing, Utah bankruptcy attorney Pearson Butler Law can help.

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your financial problems or the reasons you may be considering bankruptcy, we are confident that our Utah bankruptcy attorneys can help you find an ideal approach that will allow you to move forward in life. With our extensive knowledge of Utah law and federal bankruptcy laws, we are confident that our attorneys can help you explore your bankruptcy options and represent your interests during a bankruptcy case.

Our seasoned bankruptcy attorneys at Pearson Butler have over 20 years of experience and have filed over 8,500 bankruptcy cases in Utah. From explaining the basics to keeping you informed and protecting your rights through the entire process, Pearson Butler seeks to deliver caring, effective representation that will provide you peace of mind during these difficult times.

Learn more about bankruptcy and what options are available to you by contacting our bankruptcy attorneys in Utah. Call us today at (800) 265-2314.

Is Bankruptcy Right for Me?

Deciding whether to file for bankruptcy and what type of bankruptcy, will depend on your financial circumstances and goals. There are three types of bankruptcy we explore with each client during our initial consultation. Chapter 7 offers a way to discharge and eliminate debt but may require the surrender of some assets. Chapter 13 (for individuals) and Chapter 11 (for businesses) involve the reorganization and repayment of debt under the protection of the bankruptcy court.

When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay is placed on all collection efforts against you. This can put an immediate stop to:

  • Creditor contact and harassment
  • Foreclosure
  • Creditor lawsuits
  • Wage garnishment
  • Car repossession
  • Sheriff’s sales

Overwhelming debt can cause considerable stress, marital problems, and even depression or anxiety. Take charge of your finances and see if bankruptcy may be right for you. Our bankruptcy attorneys can guide you through your bankruptcy options so that you know every advantage and disadvantage of bankruptcy when deciding if bankruptcy is right for you.

Contact the firm’s bankruptcy lawyers at (800) 265-2314 today.

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