The bankruptcy lawyers at Woodall & Woodall have helped more than 22,000 people in southern Georgia file bankruptcy. We service Valdosta, Albany, Moultrie, Thomasville, Douglas, Tifton, Waycross, Leesburg, Americus, Bainbridge, Cairo, Cordele, Pearson and 35 counties in South Georgia.
Americus, GA residents, we have considerable experience with Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and can tell you which is a good choice for your circumstances.
That's a simple question to answer, LEGAL PROTECTION. Private debt consolidation services do not have the power to prevent the following actions: creditors placing claims on your assets, mortgage companies from foreclosing on your property, loan providers from repossessing your vehicle, and many others. The Bankruptcy Court STOPS those things from happening and they can also force the creditors to accept lower payouts than what is due on their claims. Consolidation services do not have the ability to discharge a debtor from unpaid portions of debt.
We make it as easy on you as we can. The majority of the information requested will be in the form of a questionnaire which asks you to provide information about your household income and expenses, assets, vehicles, property, and the creditors which you owe. In addition, you are required to provide pay stubs or other pay statements for the past 6 full months prior to filing (as well as the current month), tax returns for the past two years, and property tax assessments for any homes or property in your name.
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Americus is a city in Sumter County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 17,041. Americus is the home of Habitat for Humanity's international headquarters, the famous Windsor Hotel (from 1892), The Fuller Center for Housing international headquarters, The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving, Glover Foods and many more well-known organizations.
The city is the county seat of Sumter County. Americus is the principal city of the Americus Micropolitan Statistical Area, a micropolitan area that covers Schley and Sumter counties and had a combined population of 36,966 at the 2000 census.