Life After Bankruptcy Or Divorce

The Planer & Sherlock P.A. in Gastonia, North Carolina, provides knowledgeable legal representation in a broad scope of practice areas.

While the bulk of our work is in bankruptcy, foreclosure defense and family law, we also represent individuals in personal injury cases and estate planning, and we assist businesses in everything from drafting contracts and partnership disputes to purchases and sales.

We have served residents of North and South Carolina since 1974. We emphasize clear, concise communication in order to keep our clients informed about the status of their case at all times.

Putting You Back On Track Financially

If you are struggling to make monthly payments and there is no relief in sight, it may be time to consider filing bankruptcy. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the surest and shortest means of clearing away your unsecured debt and restarting your financial life. If you are employed and able to make monthly payments, restructuring your debt via a new repayment plan obtained through Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a better option.

There is life after bankruptcy. Our attorneys can review your situation and recommend the steps that make the most sense.

If you have missed consecutive mortgage payments and are concerned about keeping your family in your home, we will help you determine if steps can be taken to avoid foreclosure.

Protecting Your Rights In Divorce And Other Family Law Matters

Our Gastonia family law lawyers can advance your interests and protect your rights in the full range of family law matters. Whether you expect a divorce to go smoothly or you believe some issues may be aggressively contested, we have the experience and ability to develop a legal strategy that helps you achieve your objectives.

Contact us to schedule an appointment. We offer free consultations to bankruptcy clients and apply a nominal consultation fee in all other matters to any work we provide for you.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.