Pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code we are required to advise you the United States Congress and United States Supreme Court have designated us a "debt relief agency" under bankruptcy law. We help people file cases under the Bankruptcy Code. Glen Ashman is a lawyer licensed by the State Bar of Georgia and admitted to practice before all North Georgia federal bankruptcy courts. Before hiring a bankruptcy lawyer, you should and must enter into a written fee agreement (our office always uses such agreements).
We now accept credit and debit cards for bankruptcy cases. You cannot use your own credit card, but a friend or relative can use theirs. You can use your own debit card in some cases (call us for details).
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LAW OFFICE OF GLEN ASHMAN
Serving Atlanta and North Georgia since 1980 with quality legal services at affordable fees.
Items to bring to your first appointment: (1) Chapter 7/13 Worksheet (2) Paycheck stubs (3) Most recent federal and state tax return (4) Most recent bank account statement (4) Any lawsuits, garnishments and foreclosure notices (5) If you have completed it, your credit counseling certificate (6) If you have legal insurance, your plan paperwork and claim number, if any (7) Everything listed on page 2 of worksheet
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Glen Ashman Law Office: Get Your Free Chapter 7 & 13 Debt Relief Worksheet on this page
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When you complete your worksheet, call Glen Ashman at 404-768-3509 for an appointment to discuss your options and to solve your debt problems.
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Please read this note about the above worksheet from Attorney Glen Ashman:
"I understand that this worksheet seems like a lot of information to gather and complete. A typical bankruptcy petition, even a simple one, is often 60-70 pages long. The law requires a great deal of information, and almost every question in the worksheet is one that is needed to file a case (and to analyze your options). I sympathize with how difficult and invasive the initial process seems, but it is important to your case. Please know that once you get information together, often the good news is that the rest of the process, in many cases, is less difficult on your end. Some lawyers fail to ask for some of the needed information, and that can harm your case. In being thorough now, your court date and entire process will be easier than if things are left out.
"I have handled bankruptcy cases since 1980 and I know that debt problems are very stressful, and the decision to file bankruptcy is not an easy one. I'll do my best to make your entire case as easy as it can be for you, and help improve your financial situation as much as possible. Unlike the big bankruptcy offices you may see advertised, I can promise you personal service and attention throughout the process."
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Effective August 4, 2017, Mr. Ashman ceased accepting new bankruptcy cases. Extensive changes by the court in paperwork have added so much time to handling a case that many attorneys have stopped handling Chap. 13 (and 7) cases, especially due to the rising costs of needed software. Pro se filings are dangerous, so do hire experienced bankruptcy counsel. Should courts and Congress later reduce paperwork burdens, Mr. Ashman hopes to resume these cases, which he handled for 35 years.