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Brent W. Davis & Associates, LLC - Pelham, AL

2166 Highway 31 South Pelham, AL 35124

Updated: 02/18/2024

Pelham Bankruptcy Law Firm

Overview

At Brent W. Davis and Associates, LLC, with offices in Pelham and Birmingham, Alabama, we guide business and consumer clients through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and monitor our clients' creditors to ensure that fair lending laws and debt collection regulations are enforced. Our law firm also helps clients who can no longer work due to injury or other health reasons obtain Social Security Disability benefits or appeal denied claims...

At Brent W. Davis and Associates, LLC, with offices in Pelham and Birmingham, Alabama, we guide business and consumer clients through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and monitor our clients' creditors to ensure that fair lending laws and debt collection regulations are enforced. Our law firm also helps clients who can no longer work due to injury or other health reasons obtain Social Security Disability benefits or appeal denied claims.

We represent clients in communities throughout Shelby County, Jefferson County and Blount County with diligence, dedication and skill, along with compassion for the challenges they are facing.

Debt Relief for Regular People Caught in Bad Situations

Our clients are regular, everyday people who are dealing with overwhelming debt. Some have lost their jobs and now cannot pay their bills. Others were caught by surprise due to serious illness and incurred significant medical bills. Still others missed a few credit card payments and now they can no longer afford to pay their monthly minimums on their credit cards. Most of our clients are concerned that they will lose their home and all of their possessions. They need debt relief, and we are here to help them get it.

At our law firm's Pelham branch office, you will have access to a caring, knowledgeable and experienced debt relief attorney who will explain foreclosure alternatives and can help you save your home or escape an unmanageable or upside-down mortgage.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy will allow most people to erase unsecured debt, with certain exceptions, while a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will reorganize your debt into reasonable payments that you can afford. After a three- to five-year repayment period, most of the debt that remains will be discharged.

Obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits

The Social Security Disability administration regularly denies initial claims for Social Security Disability benefits. It is important that you exercise your right to appeal. Our Social Security Disability lawyer, Brent Davis, helps clients who cannot work due to injury or other serious health challenges obtain Social Security Disability benefits, as is their right.

If you have questions or concerns about either debt relief solutions or Social Security Disability, please call our law firm to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced, caring attorney who knows how to help.

About Brent W. Davis & Associates, LLC

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Debtor/Creditor
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
  • Social Security -- Disability

Litigation

  • 33%

Published Works

  • Foreclosure Alternatives
  • Personal Bankruptcy
  • Business Bankruptcy
  • Collections and Creditor Harassment
  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Office Information

Address

2166 Highway 31 South Pelham, AL 35124

Fax

  • (866) 825-8756

Other Offices

Brent W. Davis & Associates, LLC (Main Office) Two North 20th Street Suite 1150 Birmingham, AL 35203 - 4021 (205) 989-1919

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