Filing for Bankruptcy or Divorce in Metro Atlanta?
You’ve come to the right place for help in filing bankruptcy or uncontested divorce.
Filing for Bankruptcy
in Metro Atlanta
Has this ever happened to you?
Is John Doe there?
Yes, this is John Doe.
I am calling from the collection department of XYZ Credit Card Company and we are calling because you are delinquent with your payment. When can we expect payment?
Well, this is the 5th time you called this week and I told you I am having some financial problems and can’t make the payment right now. I don’t have the money.
When can you send us your payment?
Didn’t you hear what I just said, I can’t pay you right now.
If we do not receive a payment within 10 days, your account will be referred to our legal department for action. When can we expect payment?
Are you looking for a way to stop these harassing calls?
Are you looking for a peaceful night’s sleep?
Do you need some peace of mind?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, I can help you.
Call me, your Atlanta bankruptcy lawyer, at 770-396-4323 or email me today for a no-cost evaluation of your case, either on the phone or in person. My law firm is unique in that I will make house calls; we can arrange to meet at a location close to where you live or work.
Is filing for bankruptcy is the right option for you? Is a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 your best plan? At your first free consultation, we will discuss your situation and come up with the best plan for you. We will discuss how bankruptcy will affect your credit, whether you can keep your car or your house, and how to get those creditors off your back.
When you call me, You will be dealing with only me, Bernd Stittleburg, not with paralegals or legal secretaries who can’t answer your questions. I will work for you in filing your bankruptcy case in Metro Atlanta or Gainesville, represent you at the hearings, and give you the information you need to be sure that filing for bankruptcy is your best option.
©2014 Stittleburg Law Offices, LLC. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
As your uncontested divorce lawyer, I will walk you through the Georgia divorce laws and how the divorce process works, so you can make informed decisions. I will then file the divorce papers for you in the proper Gwinnett, Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Forsyth or Hall county divorce court, you don’t need to go to court yourself.
Having the proper divorce paperwork will make the split just that much easier. My divorce practice is limited to uncontested divorce or amicable divorce matters. Call Stittleburg Law Offices at 770.396.4323 or contact me via email to for a free initial consultation.
Who would you rather have decide where your hard-earned money goes after your death, the Probate Court, or you? The only way you can legally determine who gets your savings, home and possessions is to have a legal will, signed by witnesses and notarized.
A good attorney can advise you on better ways to pass funds on, including the use of trusts, estates, and transfer on death ownership of funds. Proper planning ahead of time ensures that your family will have the funds they need to live on, rather than having them tied up in court.
Stittleburg Law Offices will work with you to create the last will and testament you need to protect your assets. Call Attorney Stittleburg at 770.396.4323 for your appointment now.
Living Wills and the Georgia Advance Care Directive
Discussions about the end of life are always going to be difficult. Make it easier on your family by having a Georgia Advance Care Directive (for the State of Georgia) and a Living Will (for all other states). These documents tell your family and doctors your wishes for end of life situations, eliminating the heart-breaking arguments that can come between family members. With no Living Will or Advance Care Directive in place, doctors and even the courts may control how you are treated, regardless of your family’s desires.
Take the time now to contact Attorney Bernd Stittleburg today at 770-396-4323 to make your Living Will, so that your family will not have to deal with government red tape.