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Dallas Bankruptcy Attorney
I, Bonnie L. Johnson, have served the Dallas Fort Worth community for over 29 years in personal bankruptcy. Through the many years of consumer bankruptcy experience, I have always offered FREE Consultations to those in need. I solely devote myself and my career to bankruptcy and helped tens of thousands of people break free from overwhelming debt and take back control of their financial future. I work with people through North and East Texas get their lives back on track. When you come to see me and visit the Law Offices of Bonnie L. Johnson, understand that you are coming to a bankruptcy lawyer and law office that believes in upholding the highest ethical standards and fair practices, kind and compassionate service, honesty and integrity, and most of all experienced and knowledgeable care for you.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy helps those who are struggling to between paying their monthly living expense and paying their debt. It helps people who have been buried in credit card debt, payday loans, medical bills, and other such debt. If you feel that your debt is preventing you from living the type of life you want to live, consider Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Learn more about Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy helps those who are struggling to save their homes from foreclosures or want to save their car from repossession. It is a good option for higher income families or those with property who want to reduce and restructure their debt. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy helps people to consolidate their debt through a repayment plan. Learn more about Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
I’m here to help you in your time of need.
You may be feeling stressed out and overwhelmed, but I can help you in your time of need. Come for a FREE comprehensive consultation and leave knowing what exactly to do next. Call 214.748.4848, email me at Questions@BLJLaw.com, or walk in to my office and get the help you deserve from one of the most experienced Dallas Bankruptcy Lawyers around.