COVID-19: Can I Still File Bankruptcy in Middle Tennessee? Yes, Contact Flexer Law.

COVID-19: Can I Still File Bankruptcy in Middle Tennessee?

You can absolutely still file for bankruptcy relief in Middle Tennessee during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tennessee has a “safer at home” order in place; however, legal services are considered essential under the order. This means that we at Flexer Law are still able to work for you every day.

We are allowed to operate so that you can get the legal services you require during this uncertain time. Our office is fully functional and currently offering legal assistance in many areas including: bankruptcy, personal injury, divorce, family law, social security disability, criminal defense, juvenile law, and worker’s compensation.

If you need legal guidance for some other issue, give us a call. If your income has been negatively affected, you may qualify for a Chapter 7. If you have fallen behind on car payments, rent, or mortgage payments, a Chapter 13 may better assist you.

Changes Due To Social Distancing

For the safety of clients and employees, Flexer Law is servicing its customers virtually as much as is practicable. The firm offers phone consultations and/or Zoom meetings to customers in hopes of keeping everyone healthy while continuing to maintain the personal attention to detail for which Flexer Law is known.

We’re Here To Serve the Legal Needs Our Community

Flexer Law is proud to be a part of the Middle Tennessee community, and we would be honored to help you get the financial help you need. Bankruptcy relief is still an option for you in Middle Tennessee.

Our office will continue to assist our clients throughout this pandemic. Give us a call and one of our attorneys will reach out to you to discuss what options are best for your specific financial situation.

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