Knowledgeable Debt Relief Attorneys With Decades Of Combined Experience
When extreme financial duress warrants a consumer bankruptcy filing — a Chapter 7 “fresh start” bankruptcy or the gradual, healthful debt reorganization of Chapter 13 — Lewis & Monroe, PLLC, educates you, advises you and inspires you toward a brighter future. Our attorneys have vast experience dealing with trustees, the Orlando bankruptcy court, and creditors.
From personal debt such as mounting medical bills or credit card debt to bankruptcy for your business, our bankruptcy practice offers debt relief for individuals and business owners. Our goal is to create a personalized solution to your debt situation that works for you.
Bankruptcy and debt relief solutions we offer include:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- Business bankruptcy
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy
- Mortgage modifications
- Loan modifications
- Debt negotiations
- Student loan solutions
Our attorneys bring extensive knowledge and skills to your case, and solving your financial and legal issues. Our competitors send complicated bankruptcy cases to us because of our well-known skill with sophisticated debt-relief matters.
Founding attorney James Monroe is board-certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification. Mr. Monroe is also board-certified in business bankruptcy law. Attorney Cynthia Lewis is a certified public accountant. Together, we have the experience and knowledge to handle any type of consumer or business bankruptcy.
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We are a debt relief agency. We counsel clients according to federal bankruptcy code.