Emergency bankruptcy filing in Knoxville, Tennessee
Mandatory credit briefing
Mortgage foreclosure ia
How Fast Can Clark and Washington Meet With Me
to File for Bankruptcy?
Financial crises sometimes occur when you least expect them. You may learn of a threatened repossession or wage garnishment at 5pm on a Friday, or a deal to stop a mortgage foreclosure may fall through on the Monday prior to a Tuesday foreclosure. Clark & Washington will be there for you at these times of need. Our three Knoxville area offices are open late and we can schedule a weekend appointment. Call us any time at 977-0121 and one of our attorneys will get back with you within a few minutes.
Emergency Bankruptcy Relief to Head Off Crisis
If you have an emergency situation and need to meet with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, we will schedule an appointment for you immediately. Our firm prides itself on our willingness to take the last minute cases that other law firms refuse to handle.
Further, Clark & Washington attorneys can meet you near where you live. We have 3 satellite offices in the metro Knoxville area including Ashville Highway, West Knox Plaza on Kingston Pike and in Clinton next to the Anderson County courthouse.
Don’t Forget About Mandatory Credit Briefing Certificate
One word of warning - the bankruptcy law requires you to obtain a credit briefing before you will be allowed to file your case. Credit briefings can be done over the phone or Internet in as little as 45 minutes. As soon as you see that bankruptcy may be an option for you, we strongly recommend that you schedule your credit briefing at your earliest convenience.
Take a Few Minutes to Learn More About Bankruptcy
Even if you are facing an emergency, the attorneys of Clark and Washington urge you to educate yourself about the bankruptcy process as well as the implications of filing for relief under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Our firm has put a lot of effort into this web site and we hope that you will find it a helpful source of Knowledge. We also publish a blog called the Tennessee bankruptcy blog, which you can visit by clicking on the link. Our blog discusses bankruptcy matters in the news and we answer reader questions. We encourage you to visit our blog and participate in it.