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Denvil Crowe has the knowledge and experience to assist anyone who may need to consider filing a bankruptcy case, whether a Chapter 7 or 13. Please schedule a consultation today at our conveniently located office in Tupelo at 346 N. Green Street. At this consultation, we think you'll feel like you're visiting an old friend for advice and immediately feel like there are definite solutions to your financial problems.

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Denvil Crowe and his helpful and competent staff may help anyone with questions about bankruptcy. Please schedule a consultation today at our conveniently located office in Tupelo at 346 N. Green Street. At this consultation, we strongly believe you'll feel like you're visiting an old friend for some simple advice. When you leave this consultation, we wholeheartedly believe you'll feel a sense of relief and accomplishment as the weight of your overwhelming burden is assumed by a qualified and caring professional.

MYTH: Filing bankruptcy is difficult.

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Someone has to protect your legal rights. An experienced debt solution attorney such as Denvil Crowe has the ability and the tenacity to stop annoying communications from creditors and bill collectors. An experienced and knowledgeable debt collection defense and bankruptcy attorney like Denvil Crowethoroughly understands the legal rights and protections afforded by federal and state law.

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Not everyone realizes that bankruptcy offers a choice. Potential filers of bankruptcy cases may realize that there are, at least, three different types of bankruptcy but may not know that they may file any one of them if they qualify by meeting eligibility requirements. If you meet the eligibility requirements for both Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may choose which to file.

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One of the first questions related to bankruptcy that clients ask concerns the difference between a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 7 is considered to be a "liquidation" of the assets of the debtor (filer) while Chapter 13 is considered to be a "reorganization" of the assets and liabilities of the debtor (filer).