Links and Resources for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Debt Elimination
If you're looking for more information, we have compiled this list of helpful resources to assist you in learning more about bankruptcy in Georgia.
American Bankruptcy Institute
The website for the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to bankruptcy.
U.S. Department of Justice: Means Testing
Explanation about means testing and how it plays a part in filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
United States Courts: Bankruptcy Basics – Liquidation Under the Bankruptcy Code
In-depth information from the federal court system about how filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy works.
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
NACBA serves the needs of consumer bankruptcy attorneys and protects the rights of consumers in debt. This site features important bankruptcy news stories and consumer tips for managing debt.
United States Courts: Bankruptcy Basics – Individual Debt Adjustment
The U.S. Courts cover individual debt adjustment and what you can expect when filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Trustee – Chapter 13
Click here to find your trustee.
Georgia Governor's Office Of Consumer Affairs
The Governor's Office Of Consumer Affairs is the agency which protects the citizens of Georgia from unfair and deceptive acts in consumer transactions. The Agency has the power to file both civil and criminal actions against violators in both the criminal and civil courts in Georgia.
Cricket Debt Credit Counseling
Before you file bankruptcy, the court will require that you complete a credit counseling course. This can be completed in our office during your free consultation, but if you would like to do it at home, we recommend Cricket.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Georgia
The local bankruptcy court in the Southern District of Georgia where Seymour & Associates handles bankruptcy matters for clients.
Request Your Free Credit Report
Stay on top of your debts by checking out your credit report regularly. This website allows you to request your credit report completely free once a year.
United States Bankruptcy Court
Click here to access the Augusta Division.
Need directions to the court house? Click here.