Senior Citizens & Bankruptcy

Helping the Elderly Protect Property and Achieve Debt Relief

Elderly persons face unique challenges when trying to overcome unmanageable debt. In addition to the threat of foreclosure, judgments and creditor harassment, they may need assistance planning for retirement and long-term care. At Law Offices of Donald L. Wyatt, Jr,  PC, in The Woodlands, Texas, we are dedicated to helping our elderly clients and their families recover from debt and plan for the future.

Elder Law and Bankruptcy Planning

Elder law is a specialized practice area that deals with planning for retirement and long-term care needs. Our bankruptcy lawyers are experienced in helping the elderly and their families prepare for nursing home care, protect a home against foreclosure, and manage debts. We will work to protect your assets and resources for your family.

The Woodlands senior bankruptcy attorneys from our firm understand the significant challenges that you face and will assist with all of the following:

Planning for a Change in Life Circumstances

While debts can accumulate over a lifetime, a change in circumstance could happen instantly, leaving you with unmanageable debt, including medical or care expenses. If you or someone you love is suffering from debt, it is never too late to take action and to regain firm financial footing for the future. Our legal team is prepared with handling bankruptcy for senior citizens and the elderly who need special assistance for life planning needs.

Call Now for an Initial Consultation

When considering bankruptcy, you should work with an experienced lawyer who can review your case. Our Conroe senior citizens Chapter 7 attorneys offer affordable rates and work efficiently and effectively to deliver optimal results.

Call 281-419-8733 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation. Let us help you explore your options and achieve the financial freedom you deserve.

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