Get A Fresh Start From Your Debts
What would each morning be like waking up free from the debt you can’t repay? No more juggling monthly bills. No more worrying about keeping a roof over your head. No more harassing collection calls and threatening letters.
We are the fresh start bankruptcy law firm of The Day Law Office, in Spring Hill, Florida. Our goal is to educate you about your options in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and help you avoid future problems with debt. Contact our Hernando County, Florida, bankruptcy law attorneys today to schedule an initial consultation.
Questions about a bankruptcy-related matter in Florida? Read our bankruptcy FAQ page for answers.
We Want To Help
At The Day Law Office, we work hard to help you make a fresh financial start. Everyone deserves to live without overwhelming debt and constant harassment and threats from creditors.
There is a way out. And bankruptcy is nothing to be ashamed of: it is a legal right provided to you under the law and millions of people just like you have availed themselves of the protections it affords. The only shame is waiting too long to explore your options for making a fresh start.
Our debt relief services include:
- Eliminating debt through Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Restructuring and reducing debt through Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- Preventing foreclosure
- Reducing your house payment by stripping off a second mortgage
- Stopping creditor harassment and legal action such as wage garnishment
- Alternative options other than bankruptcy
- Your bankruptcy options before filing for divorce
Contact Us To Explore Your Options
Instead of worrying and losing sleep, call The Day Law Office today for a consultation with a skilled bankruptcy law attorney. Our lead bankruptcy attorney, Sandra Day, has over 25 years of legal experience helping clients make a fresh start through bankruptcy.
Call us toll-free at 352-200-2382 or use the email contact form to arrange a consultation with us as soon as possible.
*We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.