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Bankruptcy Attorney in Charlotte, NC

Serving Charlotte, Mecklenburg County & All of North Carolina

If you are struggling with debts and other financial issues, it can often seem like there is no end in sight to this situation. Whether you have experienced difficulties due to the loss of a job, unexpected medical expenses, or other reasons, you deserve to regain control of your financial future. At Blossom Law PLLC, we can help you understand your options for filing for bankruptcy while protecting against the loss of your property and rebuilding your credit. To learn how we can help your family get back on track, contact our office at 704-256-7766 and set up a free consultation today.

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    - Kevin, Gastonia, NC

  • "After being hounded for state taxes, I went to see Mr. Blossom. He took care of everything, and I now have no more tax debt. He was the best to deal with!! Thank you, Mr. Blossom!!"

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The bankruptcy laws in the United States provide everyone with the chance to receive a fresh start. Our firm works with people who are facing financial difficulties, and we help families determine their best options for eliminating their debts. By filing for bankruptcy, you can stop harassing calls from creditors and avoid the foreclosure of your home and the repossession of other property. Depending on the types of assets you own, the debts you owe, and the financial resources available to you, our firm can help you determine how to proceed as you seek debt relief.


Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you are looking to avoid foreclosure or maintain ownership of your home or other assets, this type of bankruptcy can help you repay some of what is owed through a convenient repayment plan that will last from three to five years. If you have significant assets that you want to protect, this may be the ideal option for you.

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

This type of bankruptcy can help you eliminate most unsecured debts, such as credit cards or medical bills, and it can often be completed within a few months. We can help you determine whether you pass the means test to qualify for Chapter 7 or whether you will be required to turn over certain assets during the process.

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Bankruptcy is often the best solution for eliminating the stress that comes with crippling debt. To learn more about how bankruptcy can help solve your financial problems, download the free e-book written by Attorney Rashad Blossom about the bankruptcy process in North Carolina.

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Blossom Law Scholarship


At Blossom Law PLLC, we appreciate the support that family members can provide in times of financial hardship. Twice a year, we award scholarships to students who have a parent who has served as the primary caregiver for a loved one or who have served as caregivers themselves.

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