Welcome to Leiden and Leiden, P.C. Since 1973, our firm has been assisting consumers in the Augusta GA area with their financial problems. Has job loss, layoff, unemployment, or a medical condition put you and your family in financial crisis? Are you experiencing harassing phone calls from debt collectors? Wage garnishments? Are you facing foreclosure on your home? There is hope, and there is help. Leiden & Leiden is ready to give you peace of mind..
Call us today to schedule a free bankruptcy consultation. You can also check out our frequently asked questions to learn more about the bankruptcy process. You may also find it helpful to read stories about people just like you who have been in similar situations.
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PREPARING AN ACCURATE BANKRUPTCY PETITION WHY YOUR CREDIT REPORT MAY NOT DISCLOSE ALL OF YOUR DEBTS
For consumers filing bankruptcy, it is especially important to disclose all of your creditors to the bankruptcy court. This disclosure is part of the bankruptcy petition which is filed with the bankruptcy court, and assists the Clerk of Bankruptcy Court with sending case notifications to all of the creditors. Bankruptcy debtors are not allowed to […]
COMMON BANKRUPTCY MYTHS REVISITED
Consumers who are in financial distress and considering bankruptcy frequently delay seeking assistance because of myths about bankruptcy, and fears about the ability to obtain credit in the future. Some of the myths are shared by friends, family or coworkers while other myths are perpetuated by creditors and collection agencies seeking to collect their money. […]
COMMON MISTAKES THAT PRO SE DEBTORS MAKE IN CHAPTER 7 CASES
The attorneys at Leiden & Leiden have noticed an increase in “pro se” bankruptcy filers in the Augusta Division of the Southern District of Georgia over the last year. Filing a case “pro se” means that the debtor is doing it without the assistance of an attorney. [BANKRUPTCY INTERNET SERVICES – AVOID AT ALL COST!][…]
COMMON MISTAKES THAT PRO SE DEBTORS MAKE IN CHAPTER 13 CASES
The attorneys at Leiden & Leiden have noticed an increase in “pro se” bankruptcy filers in the Augusta Division of the Southern District of Georgia over the last year. Filing a case “pro se” means that the debtor is doing it without the assistance of an attorney. The Bankruptcy Code does not require that a […]