At C. Golden & Fleming we understand that our clients need assistance. As an added benefit to our clients whom are finding themselves short on cash and facing an emergency situation such as foreclosure, repossession or wage garnishments, we offer a zero-down bankruptcy program.
Reasons You Might Need a Zero Down Bankruptcy Filing:
- Car Repossessions – Often times we meet with clients who are facing car repossession and in some cases the repo truck is literally at their home waiting! You need immediate protection from your car lender, but you don’t have the cash for a down payment for a bankruptcy filing fee!
- Garnishment – A common occurrence is that clients have just found that a garnishment has frozen all of the funds that they have in the bank, and they’re between paydays. A zero-down bankruptcy filing can lift the garnishment without the worry of a down payment or initial filing fee.
- Foreclosure – Another example that we have seen in the past is a client that is working on a loan modification on their mortgage. They find out last minute that the loan isn’t approved and that the lender is foreclosing the home the very next day.
There are many reasons why an emergency bankruptcy filing is necessary, but all too often the cash just isn’t there to get started. At C. Golden & Fleming we can help you save your assets by getting your started on your bankruptcy filing for free by not requiring a down-payment.
At C. Golden & Fleming we know that the reason you need bankruptcy is to help manage your overwhelming debt and financial turmoil. We are compassionate and understanding when it comes to emergency bankruptcy filings, because we know that sometimes these things cannot be helped. Many of our clients have lost their job, have been injured and are facing enormous medical bills or simply got in over their heads financially. We want to help.
Call C. Golden & Fleming right now to stop your repossessions, foreclosures and garnishments from making your situation worse. Find out if you qualify to start your bankruptcy for free by not paying an initial down-payment for chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy.