Our Only Priorities Are To Protect Your Rights And Your Future
At Leonard Law, PLLC, our goal is to use every available tool to ensure the protection of your rights as a consumer. Whether we accomplish our goal via the bankruptcy process, by building a debt settlement plan, through stopping harassing calls from creditors or by helping you keep your home is unimportant. What is important is that we get to the root of your financial issue and guide you in making the right decisions for your future.
If you need help getting your financial life back on track, you can turn to our law firm for help. Call 206-486-1176 or email our firm to schedule a free initial consultation at our Seattle law office.
Debt Relief Is Possible Via The Bankruptcy Process
Washington residents who have suffered financially due to job losses, accidents or simple bad decisions have the right to pursue debt relief via the bankruptcy process. At Leonard Law, PLLC, we offer guidance to clients pursuing both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
Both forms of bankruptcy can provide relief that is difficult to obtain without the protections offered by the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. During an initial consultation, attorney Leonard can determine which chapter of bankruptcy fits your financial situation and explain what you can expect from the process.
Our Civil Litigation Practice Protects More Than Just Your Financial Future
While we dedicate the majority of our practice to helping clients alleviate financial problems, we also have a well-established civil litigation practice. Attorney Sam Leonard has successfully represented clients in a variety of civil lawsuits, including those involving construction defects, employment law and mortgage fraud, to name only a few.
If you need representation for a civil dispute that falls under the jurisdiction of Washington state courts or the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, our lawyer can help you work toward a resolution.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.