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Bankruptcy Attorney in Fort Myers – Bankruptcy Bodyguard

An Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney Can Help!

Who you hire as your bankruptcy attorney is important. If you hire an attorney without a lot of experience you may have more problems than you do now.  Bob Tardif is a bankruptcy attorney that has more than 23 years experience representing clients in Fort Myers, Florida.

Are you having financial problems?  Do you have bills that you just can’t pay? Are your creditors harassing you? Are you being sued? If you file bankruptcy, you may be able to get a fresh start. The Bankruptcy Bodyguard can help you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

There are many reasons why people file bankruptcy.  Some lose their job or have their hours cut. Some have gone through divorce.  Some may suffer an illness or medical condition. We don’t judge you.  We’re here to help you.

If you file bankruptcy, you need an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. You need an attorney that will help to protect you and your assets. Bob Tardif has the experience. He has earned the highest rating of 10.0 from Avvo.

We provide a free consultation. We can talk about all of your options for free. Bankruptcy Bodyguard also has affordable fees. We are willing to accept payments to help you.

Right now we know this is a stressful time for you. As your bankruptcy attorney, we are not going to increase your stress.  We’re going to treat you with dignity and respect at a time when you need it most.  That’s our promise!

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Contact our affordable bankruptcy attorney in Fort MyersChapter 7 is normally a quick and simple bankruptcy case. A trustee is assigned to  convert a debtor’s non-exempt assets into money to pay creditors. . . .

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Fort MyersChapter 13 bankruptcy is designed for an individual debtor who has regular income. Chapter 13 allows a debtor to keep assets, such as a house or vehicle. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the debtor proposes a plan to repay creditors over a period of three to five years. . .

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code

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