Protecting Your Property in Fort Worth

Taking Full Advantage of All Property Exemptions

Some people think that by filing bankruptcy, they will lose everything they own. In fact, the opposite is true — many people can keep all of their property and financial assets, including their homes, cars and other property.

At The Law Offices of Al Malone, we help people to get maximum debt relief while enabling them to keep their property. When we represent a client in a bankruptcy proceeding, we take full advantage of all available federal and Texas property exemptions in order to protect as much property as possible.

Contact us at 817-953-3112 to learn more about your debt relief options. It could be the first step toward a brighter financial future.

Certain assets, such as 401(k) accounts, IRAs and Social Security income, are entirely out of reach of creditors. There are generous exemptions for other assets such as a vehicle you own outright and other personal property. There is even a wild card exemption you can apply to any items, and property exemptions for married couples are doubled.

Many people are able to keep all of their property and obtain a discharge of unsecured debt liabilities such as credit card debts, medical bills and personal loans. The lawyers at Mitchell & Malone will work hard to put you in the strongest financial position we can.

Asset Protection

If you owe money on a car, we may be able to obtain a reaffirmation agreement that allows you to keep your vehicle. Homes can present greater challenges, but a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can prevent foreclosure and enable you to keep your home.

Whether we file a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can be assured that at The Law Offices of Al Malone we will do everything we can to protect your property and obtain maximum debt relief.

Free Case Evaluation

Learn more about your debt relief options and protecting your property. In Fort Worth and the surrounding area, contact The Law Offices of Al Malone at 817-953-3112.