Providing Quality Legal Representation for More Than 30 Years
At Bunch & Brock, Attorneys at Law, in Lexington, Kentucky, we can help you turn your life around. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy due to personal- or business-related financial difficulties, you need a will, trust or estate planning assistance, or you are seeking business formation advice, we are here to help in any way we can. Contact us by calling 859-254-5522 to put the wheels of change in motion.
No one, whether you are an individual, the head of a family, or business owner, wants to face the prospect of filing for bankruptcy. The financial struggles leading you to search for a lawyer to learn more about bankruptcy or other debt relief options has been difficult. You need legal representation from a law firm that understands your unique situation and knows how to help you make a fresh start.
Personal Service From a Qualified Attorney
Attorneys at our firm are focused on client communication. They do not rely on secretaries or paralegals to meet with you and relay messages back and forth. Your attorney will personally attend to your needs throughout the duration of your case, from the initial meeting to the final hearing and beyond.
For more than 30 years, our legal team, including the following experienced lawyers, has worked to provide timely advice and individual attention to your pressing legal needs, regardless of your economic standing.
Debt Relief for Consumers and Companies
If your personal or family debts have spiraled out of control, relief may be available through a consumer bankruptcy filing. Consumer bankruptcy includes protection under Chapter 7, Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 cases.
If your business is facing crippling debt, it may be possible to reorganize the business and become profitable again. We represent financially-distressed companies in both Chapter 11 Corporate Reorganizations and in Chapter 7 Liquidation Bankruptcy proceedings.
Creditors' Rights and Remedies
Bunch & Brock represents creditors in proceedings ranging from securing collateral (obtaining relief from the automatic stay under §362) and defense of preferential claims and fraudulent transfers. To discuss how we may be of assistance, contact us by telephone or e-mail.