Need A Lawyer Who Cares?

Whether you are facing the probate process after the death of a loved one or facing bankruptcy, you should work with an experienced attorney in Georgetown who can help you understand the legal process and what to expect along the way. I help clients throughout central Texas in all types of bankruptcy, probate, and estate planning matters. Learn how I can help you by contacting my law office today.

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If you are ready to plan for your future and need an attorney to help with probate and estate planning or if you are having trouble paying your bills and facing bankruptcy, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Attorney Lee Norton Bain specializes in probate and estate administration as well as bankruptcy to give people peace of mind after a difficult situation.

Preparing For The Future: Probate And Estate Administration

My practice focuses on probate and estate administration. This includes executing or preparing wills, helping loved ones through the probate process as well as many other estate planning needs. Individuals should have their affairs in order so that their wishes can be carried out as well as helping to prevent loved ones from having to make difficult decisions, burdened by the uncertainty of whether or not they are doing what was truly wanted.

I can help you with all of your estate planning, probate and administration needs. Schedule a consultation with me at my Georgetown, Texas, law office today.

Attorney Who Can Guide You Through The Bankruptcy Process

Several options are available to help you find the debt relief you need to get back on track. An experienced Georgetown bankruptcy attorney can review your situation and make a sound
recommendation on the best course of action for you. At the offices of Lee Norton Bain, Attorney at Law, I represent clients in all types of consumer bankruptcy matters.

Contact my law firm to set up your free 30-minute initial consultation. My practice also is dedicated to providing quality probate and estate administration services.

Helping You Achieve A Fresh Start

I understand how upsetting it can be when you face a mountain of debt with no way to put a dent in it. I understand how difficult it is to decide to file for bankruptcy after all other attempts to get back on the right financial path have not produced the right results. Filing for bankruptcy is not financial failure. It is your avenue under federal law to make a fresh start.

Should you qualify for it, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing allows for you to discharge unsecured debt. This means you can put a stop to those late-night calls from creditors, and you will no longer need to dread going to the mailbox only to find debt collection notices. But while Chapter 7 allows for you to start over financially, you may not qualify for it under the means test. In such circumstances, you may still be able to turn to a Chapter 13 filing.

From helping you prepare your initial bankruptcy application to obtaining the final discharge of your debts, I will manage your case from start to finish. If anything needs your attention during the process, I will let you know. The idea is for you to be as worry-free as possible. Whether your case requires filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy or you require bankruptcy alternatives, I am here to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.

Free Consultation With A Skilled Probate And Bankruptcy Lawyer

Contact my office today to discuss your probate and estate administration and bankruptcy questions. I offer a free 30-minute consultation without obligation. You can reach me by phone at 512-686-4293 or 800-806-0754 or reach me via email.

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