Lee Legal will help you understand the problems you are experiencing and help minimize the impact of litigation on your life.

We provide the tools to empower you so you understand your rights and can protect yourself.

We will help you define the scope of your case and prioritize your litigation goals. We ask targeted questions to focus in on what is important.

Lee Legal will explore all of the issues and take action when we find it in your best interest to do so.

File Bankruptcy to Stop a Lawsuit

May 1, 2018 Brian V. Lee

If a creditor sues you on a debt, you should know that you can file bankruptcy to stop a lawsuit. A creditor may sue you for the debt on repossessed car, broken lease, or credit card. Or a former lender [ . . . ]

Lee Legal Will Take Your Collection Calls

April 18, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Creditors can be really annoying. Collection calls and correspondence can disrupt your life and cause unfortunate and unnecessary embarrassment. If you know that you’re about to file bankruptcy, you can relieve the pressure before you file. Lee Legal will take your collection calls [ . . . ]

The Silver Lining to Filing Bankruptcy

September 25, 2017 Brian V. Lee

Bankruptcy solves all sorts of financial problems. But when you’re facing the choice of filing bankruptcy, it can be easy to see only the downsides. If you decide that bankruptcy is the best option for you, try to focus on [ . . . ]

The Adversary Proceeding: Litigation in Bankruptcy Court

April 13, 2017 Brian V. Lee

An adversary proceeding is a lawsuit filed within a bankruptcy case. Creditors, bankruptcy trustees, and other interested parties can file adversary proceedings in a bankruptcy, as can the bankruptcy filer. Bankruptcy offers both debtors and creditors finality in the adjudication [ . . . ]

Should I File Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 to Stop Foreclosure?

July 29, 2016 Brian V. Lee

Which bankruptcy should I file? Chapter 7 is quick and easy, but Chapter 13 allows repayment of missed mortgage payments. Whether you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the “automatic stay” goes into immediate effect. The automatic stay prevents your [ . . . ]

What is a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

July 16, 2013 Brian V. Lee

Chapter 13 bankruptcy solves a lot of problems that the other chapters of the Bankruptcy Code cannot. When you get into trouble with debt and are not able to pay your bills, consider seeking bankruptcy protection. As an individual consumer, [ . . . ]

Should I Stop Paying My Bills?

May 8, 2011 Brian V. Lee

I often get asked the question, “If I am filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, should I stop paying my bills?” The answer is Yes and No. Continue to Pay the Bills You Will Still Have After Bankruptcy First the No. You [ . . . ]

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