Welcome to the Law Office of Teri E. Johnson, PLLC. I proudly help consumers obtain bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. My practice is limited to bankruptcy to ensure that I provide only the very best representation to my clients. I strive to be compassionate and sensitive to the many issues and emotions faced by my clients in order to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. I personally handle each and every aspect of each and every case, and all clients deal with me and only me throughout the entire process. I do not employ secretaries or paralegals. Providing this one-on-one, personalized, attentive service is my first priority, and this includes making myself available seven days per week by telephone, text and email. My business phone is a cell phone, and it is with me during all waking hours every single day.
The decision to file for bankruptcy can be a highly emotional one. No matter what circumstances ultimately lead to bankruptcy both the practical and emotional impact can be enormous, but doing nothing in the face of overwhelming debt will only worsen the problems. At your initial consultation I will review your situation, determine what your bankruptcy options are, provide information and legal counsel regarding the bankruptcy process, and answer all of your questions. The laws governing the bankruptcy process are complex and subject to change at any time. If you decide to move forward and file for bankruptcy I will handle the complicated legal maze, and guide you through the emotional maze, so that you may secure the fresh financial start you are legally entitled to.
Contrary to popular belief the majority of people who file for bankruptcy keep all of their property. Bankruptcy can assist with or completely resolve issues such as garnishments, repossessions, deficiencies, credit card debt, medical bills, lines of credit, personal loans, payday loans, liens, license suspensions, second mortgages, home equity lines of credit, taxes, foreclosures, collection lawsuits and judgments, among others.
The "hearings" that everyone who files for bankruptcy must attend will be conducted by telephone for as long as the President's "Proclamation on Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak" is in effect. As such I am currently available to represent clients and attend their hearings throughout the entirety of Western Washington.
I am a debt relief agency.
I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
The information you obtain on this website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice,
nor does corresponding through this website create an attorney-client relationship.