Bankruptcy Can Help Restore Utility Service
Have your utilities been shut down because you are late on payments? If your gas, water or electricity has been shut down, you can have your utilities turned back on by filing for bankruptcy.
Memphis Light, Gas and Water is a publicly owned utility. The Bankruptcy Code prohibits utilities from shutting off service to customer because they are behind on their bills when they file for bankruptcy. By filing for bankruptcy, you can restore your utilities. I’m attorney Steven F. Bilsky and I can help you. I have decades of experience and I know how to quickly help and have your service restored.
Get The Relief You Need
The U.S. Bankruptcy Code was created to give people who are struggling with debt problems a fresh start. Restoring utilities is just one of the protections afforded by Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. By filing for bankruptcy, you can also obtain critical relief from other adverse creditor collection efforts.
If your wages are being garnished, you are at risk of losing your home to foreclosure, or you are simply unable to repay your debts, bankruptcy may provide the relief you need.
Put My Experience To Work For You
I have more than 39 years of experience as a bankruptcy lawyer. I have helped many of clients obtain debt relief and resolve issues with their utilities. I practice exclusively in bankruptcy law to provide the advice and knowledgeable representation you need.
Contact Me For Help
If you have had your utilities shut off, we may be able to help restore your service. I have helped thousands of clients in western Tennessee. To schedule a free initial consultation with me, contact my office at 901-525-6692 or use my online form.