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Areas of Practice
:: Chapter 7
:: Chapter 13
:: Chapter 11
:: Bankruptcy Basics
:: Should I File Bankruptcy?
:: Why Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney?
:: How Will Bankruptcy Impact My Credit?
:: Stop Foreclosure
:: Stop Repossession
:: Exempt Property
:: Advantages of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
:: Can I Keep My Home, Property & Car?
:: Creditor Harassment & Fair Debt Collection
:: Medical Debts
:: Dealing With Credit Card Debts
:: Wage or Bank Garnishments
:: Debt Relief
:: Debt Consolidation
:: Filing for Bankruptcy in Nashville
Wage Garnishment
Stopping Creditor Harassment and Calls
:: Bankruptcy Alternatives
:: Recovering from bankruptcy
:: Bankruptcy and the IRS
:: Debt and Divorce
:: Protecting Retirement Accounts
:: Affordable Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filing
:: Understanding Bankruptcy Terms
:: Chapter 7 bankruptcy FAQs
:: Chapter 11 bankruptcy FAQs
:: Chapter 13 bankruptcy FAQs

Real Estate
:: Short Sale Information
Stop Repossession
Foreclosure Defense

Business Law
Robert L. Scruggs 
Attorney at Law 

2525 21st Avenue South, 2nd Floor 
Nashville TN 37212 
Phone: 615-309-7090  
Fax: 615-309-7046

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What Happens to My Home and Property After Bankruptcy?

One of the biggest roadblocks for individuals who are considering filing for bankruptcy is the fear that they will lose their home, property or car after filing. With so much information on the Internet, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced attorney to get your questions accurately answered.

At Robert L. Scruggs Attorney at Law, we have more than 25 years of experience guiding clients through the process of filing for Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy. We understand that each situation is unique, but our experience and our knowledge of the law can be of great benefit to our clients.

Free consultation · Convenient location just off the Hillsboro Rd./21st Ave. exit (3) of the I-440 Parkway on the south side of Nashville · Free parking

There are two important aspects of using bankruptcy as a form of asset protection that we feel individuals should know:

  • If you are current on your payments on your car or home, you stand a greater chance of being able to keep those assets when you file for bankruptcy.
  • You have the ability of getting rid of assets through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If a house or car is simply too expensive, you are not forced to keep it going forward.

Do not hesitate to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our Tennessee office. There are many complexities regarding bankruptcy that must be addressed by a skilled attorney. We can help.

Know your options. Know your rights. You can achieve debt relief today. Call 615-309-7090 or contact us by e-mail to arrange your FREE CONSULTATION directly with our lawyer.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.


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Robert L. Scruggs Attorney at Law, represents residents of middle Tennessee and surrounding communities such as Nashville, Murfreesboro, Hendersonville, Lebanon, Dickson, Clarksville, Franklin, Brentwood, Springfield, Ashland City, Kingston Springs, Pleasant View, Smyrna, Antioch, Mount Juliet, Arrington, Gallatin, Davidson County, Williamson County, Rutherford County, Robertson County, Cheatham County, Montgomery County, Dickson County, Wilson County and Sumner County, Tennessee.



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