Life After Bankruptcy: Working With Your Attorney

Life After Bankruptcy: Working With Your Attorney

None of the attorneys at the Morrison Law Group wants any former client and bankruptcy debtor to return to their life pre-bankruptcy. The purpose of filing a bankruptcy case is to gain a fresh start. Former debtors should embrace the desire to learn and use tools that bring about positive changes. Thus, former bankruptcy debtors truly wishing to move forward must change their spending habits and adopt new ones. They must commit to a new kind of life after bankruptcy.

The attorneys and staff at the Morrison Law Group continue to serve clients long after they receive their bankruptcy discharge, working with former clients to ensure that they do not ever have the need to file bankruptcy in the future.

Theron Morrison and his MLG attorneys, along with an experienced, friendly, and helpful staff, have helped over 20,000 Utah families learn to make beneficial financial decisions that have positive effects in both the short-term and long-term.

For former clients of the Morrison Law Group, the relationship with our firm does not end when their case is completed. We help clients:

  • file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases;
  • negotiate workouts with creditors;
  • settle delinquent taxes;
  • obtain loan modifications;
  • conduct short sales;
  • obtain student loan deferments; or
  • defend against illegal collection actions;

It’s important for our clients to know that they may reach out to us when any uncertainty arises in their post-bankruptcy life. Whether it’s creditor contact, a car loan application, or a credit report error, we can help clarify or rectify the situation. But it’s important for our clients to maintain consistent, open communication with our office and not wait until it’s too late to address a problem, raise a concern, or answer a question.

The Morrison Law Group offers many services to our bankruptcy clients. We will review clients’ credit reports and dispute inaccurate or negative reporting by a creditor or credit bureau. We will file a civil lawsuit on behalf of any former bankruptcy clients against creditors who refuse to comply with a bankruptcy discharge. We will demand and legally compel, if necessary, creditors to correct any negative or inaccurate information. We’ve been doing this on behalf of present and former clients for fifteen years, and we will continue to do so.

Theron Morrison and the Morrison Law Group have helped thousands of Utah residents by providing many debt relief services. Theron Morrison has helped 8,000 people file bankruptcy and gain a fresh start. Talk to the Morrison Law Group about your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy options. Call 801.456.9933 today to schedule a FREE consultation. We have locations in Ogden, Logan, Sandy, and St. George to serve the residents of the counties of Weber, Cache, Salt Lake, Utah, Morgan, Davis, Washington, and surrounding areas.

Life After Bankruptcy: Working With Your Attorney

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