Huntsville Bankruptcy Lawyer
Preventing Foreclosure, Repossession And Lawsuits
Have you lost your job in North Alabama? Do mounting credit card debts or unexpected medical bills have you facing financial ruin? Are you considering filing for bankruptcy?
The full-service bankruptcy law office of Jack B. Sabatini, Attorney at Law, has helped people just like you for more than 30 years. We can help you use Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to work toward getting your finances under control so that you and your family can look forward to a brighter day.
Many of our clients are in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure or their vehicles and other property to repossession. Others are facing impending lawsuits.
We offer the following information
for current and potential clients:
The Truth About Bankruptcy
You might be discouraged by rumors you have heard about bankruptcy.
A skilled Huntsville bankruptcy attorney, Jack B. Sabatini, can set the record straight and address all myths or misinformation. While no one looks forward to filing for bankruptcy, it does present the best chance to get out of debt for many people.
Bankruptcy does not destroy your credit history forever, and you probably will be able to keep much of the personal property you currently own.
Jack B. Sabatini
The bankruptcy law practice of Jack B. Sabatini was founded more than 30 years ago to help those who have fallen on financial hard times.
Mr. Sabatini strives to wisely and compassionately counsel people on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy protections — and how to use them to stop foreclosure, repossession and wage garnishment, and stop creditor harassment.
Chapter 13 And Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Lawyer Serving Decatur And
We are located in Huntsville and serve clients throughout the surrounding area in cities such as Decatur,
Madison and Scottsboro.
Call us at 256-534-4557 or email our law firm to schedule a meeting with Jack B. Sabatini.
What To Bring To Your First Meeting With Us
To prepare for your consultation, you will need to bring a list of your creditors, proof of your income and a tax assessor's appraisal of your home. These documents will go far toward helping us assist you.