Utah Bankruptcy Firm
With offices in Ogden, Sandy and Logan, Utah, the law office of Theron D. Morrison handles Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to help clients find solutions to debt problems.
Although bankruptcy is not the right answer for everyone, it has helped millions of good people like yourself find a solution to debt challenges. Through a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be able to:
Stop a wage garnishment
Put an end to the cycle of credit card debt
Stop an auto repossession
If you are struggling with debt and want to learn more about bankruptcy, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. We have office locations in Ogden, Sandy and Logan, Utah. To contact a bankruptcy attorney at our firm, call 801-528-4883, or contact us by e-mail.
Get a Fresh Start
If you have been falling behind on your home mortgage, your credit card bills or other monthly obligations, now may be the time to consider whether bankruptcy is right for you. Paying your debts late each month and falling increasingly further behind is never the answer.
While bankruptcy may be a scary option, it has helped many people find a new path to a brighter financial future. Many of our clients report a tremendous sense of relief after they have made the decision to file for bankruptcy. After months of stress and anxiety, they feel that they have finally made a decision that will allow them to start moving forward once again and working toward a better financial future.
Let Us Put Our Experience to Work for You
Our firm is one of the largest bankruptcy filers in the area. We have tremendous experience in bankruptcy because we devote our practice almost entirely to bankruptcy law. Our firm also excels in the delivery of personalized legal service to clients.
To schedule a free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer at our firm, call 801-528-4883, or contact us by e-mail.
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