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Indian Lawyer Services :: Bank Cruptcy in India::
 
Bankruptcy law is the name given to the branch of civil law that covers federal bankruptcy and state insolvency laws and regulations as they apply to individuals, municipalities, and businesses. During bankruptcy, a court administers the estate (the property and other assets) of a debtor (a person or business who owes money to others) for the benefit of creditors (a person or business that is owed money).
 
 
 

Indian Lawyers Services  can help you set your assets in order and take care of all the files and red tape associated with bankruptcy in a smooth and efficient manner.

Our firm prides itself not only on the best possible legal outcome for our clients, but also in making our clients comfortable

If you are a consumer or business facing foreclosure, lawsuits, liens, repossession Indian Lawyers Services can be  the best option to help eliminate your debt.

 
 

We can

  • Research all laws (recent verdicts, changes in legal doctrine) related to  bankruptcy
  • File claim(s) of bankruptcy
  • Appear in court for you

Only a qualified bankruptcy lawyer has the expertise to handle filing bankruptcy in metro Atlanta or Northern Georgia.  The attorneys at Indian Lawyers Services can give you the bankruptcy advice and services you need.

A better financial future Indian Lawyers Services have helped individuals turn things around.  Our bankruptcy attorneys have hands-on experience.

 
     
 
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