Category Archives: Small Business Bankruptcy

Paige Navarro Promoted to Partner

We are proud to announce the promotion of Paige Boykin Navarro to partner! Paige received her undergraduate and law degrees at the University of Georgia before returning to Bulloch County in May 2014 to work at Hall Law Group, P.C., first as a law clerk and later as an attorney. Paige is licensed to practice […]

How Filing for Bankruptcy Can Help You Keep Your Car

During an initial bankruptcy consultation, the first concern our client usually has is “Can I keep my car if I file for bankruptcy?” Most people need a car, and the thought of having it repossessed is a scary one. When filing for bankruptcy, it is important to understand what is truly yours and what can be […]

Payday Loans and Bankruptcy: The Truth You Need To Know

It’s a few days from payday. The kitchen is empty. Bills have to be paid. Somehow, you’ve got to find the money to cover it all. “No problem,” you think. Payday loans are available and you can get enough money to cover the bills until your check comes. For many, this becomes a regular occurrence, […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: A Clean Slate

When collectors begin overwhelming your voicemail and mailbox, the pressure can build driving you to seek out means of relief. That search often leads to research into what bankruptcy is and how it can help you rebuild your credit and your peace of mind. The United States Bankruptcy Code offers two options for dealing with […]

Bankruptcy and Foreclosure: Finding Room to Breathe

Your home is where you live and play, and it’s the setting for all of the stories of you and your family. Losing it is the last thing you want. However, overwhelming debt can lead to foreclosure. Filing bankruptcy may be the best way to save your home from foreclosure, and find breathing room until you […]