Virginia Bankruptcy Lawyer


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Do you need assistance overcoming your debt? Contact John Carter Morgan, Jr., PLLC today and retain a trusted bankruptcy lawyer with offices in and around Warrenton.

Virginia Bankruptcy Lawyer

Are you facing financial struggles and in need of an effective resolution for your
financial woes? If so, do not hesitate to contact John Carter Morgan, Jr., PLLC
immediately. Our firm understands that this time in your life may be difficult, and
we can help you determine if bankruptcy is the right choice for you. As the most
caring and compassionate law firm you can find, we heartily encourage
individuals, families, and business owners to put their trust in us. We have plenty
of experience with helping clients leave the debt behind and move forward in life.

When you retain the able assistance of our firm, we will thoroughly review your
case and develop a personalized solution to help you achieve the resolution that
you deserve. We are proud to say that we have 25 years of experience handling a
variety of bankruptcy cases, and we have a reputation for success. We work to
provide the highest level of legal services for our clients and we stand by each
petition that we file.

Attorney John Carter Morgan, Jr.

John Morgan grew up in Northern Virginia and is a devoted
family man. John has felt the embarrassment and pain of
financial burdens and filed bankruptcy himself years ago. This
personal experience allows him to connect with his clients in a
way that other attorneys are not. Attorney Morgan's motto is,
and always has been: WE HELP PEOPLE! John is committed to
providing you with top
notch legal service. We approach every
client with a focus on compassion, integrity, advocacy and

We work for you! With offices in Warrenton, Manassas, Fairfax, and Fredericksburg,
we serve clients all over Virginia.

In addition to having 25 years of licensed bankruptcy experience, John is also a
licensed Virginia real estate agent with well over 30 years of experience in real
estate transactions.

James M. McMinn

James M. McMinn is an associate with John Carter Morgan, Jr.
PLLC. He received his J.D. from Liberty University School of Law
in 2010. Prior to law school, Mr. McMinn received a Bachelor's
Degree in Government from Liberty University, where he
graduated in 2007. He is actively pursuing his Master of
Business Administration.

Prior to joining John Carter Morgan, PLLC, Mr. McMinn practiced
bankruptcy law in the Middle and Western Districts of
Pennsylvania at one of the largest bankruptcy firms in the state.

Mr. McMinn is admitted to practice law in the States of Virginia and Pennsylvania.

Mr. McMinn concentrates his practice on Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11
bankruptcies. He is a native of Central Virginia and enjoys helping families and small
business owners in the area through financial crisis with professional service,
reliable legal counsel, and hands
on client representation.

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Attorney Warrenton VA

Chapter 12 is a very specific type of bankruptcy that is reserved for family farmers
and family fishermen. This chapter is designed to assist families who are struggling to
make ends meet by allowing them the opportunity to repay their debts through a
repayment plan that is approved by the court.

Unlike Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, Chapter 12 helps farmers and fishermen
overcome certain economic and income barriers. If you have an annual income from
farming or fishing but you still are struggling to make ends meet, you may be eligible
to file for Chapter 12 bankruptcy. Of course, no two cases are the same, and
determining whether this chapter is right for you can be difficult.

At our firm, our Fairfax bankruptcy lawyers never suggest that you take on the
Virginia bankruptcy courts alone. We encourage you to retain the representation of
our firm as soon as possible so that we can help protect your rights during the legal

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney Warrenton VA

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes referred to as "Chapter 7 liquidation" because
theoretically all nonexempt assets can be sold (liquidated) to repay the creditors.
However, the sale of any assets very rarely happens.

In most Chapter 7 proceedings, basic household goods, the filer's primary residence,
their vehicle, and various other personal items are exempt from liquidation. This
means you get to keep your stuff!

The bankruptcy court is the most powerful court in the land, transferring more
wealth every day than any other court.

The entire proceeding from the filing date typically lasts about 90 to 110 days, and
results in a discharge (forgiveness) of all debt except for a few basic categories:
support you owe, taxes, fines, and restitution in a criminal case such as parking
tickets, and all student loans. Once you file, an automatic stay is imposed against
creditors to cease the following actions:

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Warrenton VA

Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be a viable option for individuals who are not eligible to
file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or who want to avoid liquidating assets. Chapter 13
bankruptcy allows individuals to utilize the reorganization of their debts as long as
they have a regular income . There are certain facts people should know before
considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy:

To determine your eligibility to file for this specific chapter of bankruptcy, it is
important that you retain the assistance of a trusted bankruptcy lawyer from the
office of John Carter Morgan, Jr., PLLC.

When you choose to work with our firm, we can immediately begin to review your
case and determine whether filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 13 will help you to
become debt free. If it is determined that Chapter 13 would best suit your needs, you
can work with our firm to assess the overall amount of your debts and develop an
affordable payment plan.

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