Law Firm in Wilmington, NC
Even under the NEW Bankruptcy law, you can do virtually everything that you could do under the old law. We currently have an experienced team to lead you through the new needs so that filing for bankruptcy is as painless and easy for you as possible. Roger A. Moore is board certified as a specialist in all areas of bankruptcy practice by the North Carolina State Bar with over twenty five years knowledge in bankruptcy practice. He supplies quality services for his customers and has a very high percentage of Chapter 13 plan completions in the Eastern District of North Carolina, his practice area.
read moreAt one point or another, almost everyone goes through a period of their life where they worry about their finances. Sometimes these concerns can be remedied with simple budgeting or sensible loans. Other times, a more serious invention is needed. During those times, Roger A. Moore, Attorney at Law is ready to help. For more than 35 years, he has successfully guided individuals and families through their bankruptcy filing and other debt relief remedies. His firm understands the anxieties and uncertainties his clients face as they contemplate bankruptcy, which is why he has built his reputation on providing dedicated, assured, and knowledgeable counsel to them during this difficult time.
read moreOnce you've decided to seek professional help for debt relief-a big decision in and of itself-your next concern is a critical one: Who do you trust with your case? A lot of firms include bankruptcy among the services they offer, but when you're facing serious ramifications with your finances, do you really want to trust your case to a firm that doesn't make cases like yours an absolute priority? At Roger A. Moore, Attorney at Law, Mr. Moore exclusively deals with bankruptcy and debt relief cases and has been assisting debt-burdened clients for more than 40 years.
Jacksonville Bankruptcy Attorney
read moreAre you facing financial straits you aren't sure you can overcome? Are you receiving frequent calls from your creditors? Foreclosure notices? If so, it may be time to start exploring your bankruptcy and debt relief options. For more than 40 years, Mr. Moore has been guiding individuals, couples, and families through their debt issues. He is not only an experienced professional but also board-certified as a specialist in all areas of bankruptcy practice by the North Carolina State Bar. If you are struggling with your debt, our dedicated and experienced Jacksonville, NC bankruptcy attorney is ready to hear your story.
read moreWhen you owe money to creditors, you are expected to pay per the agreements you have made. If you fail to stick to pay what you owe, there are certain steps creditors and collection agencies can take to collect. However, creditors are expected to adhere to the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Law) which is intended to protect you from illegal and harassing techniques. The Jacksonville, NC bankruptcy attorney at Roger A. Moore, Attorney at Law is here to ensure you are not being taken advantage of or untreated fairly.
Life After Bankruptcy
read moreIf you are currently considering filing for bankruptcy, you are taking a big step in the right direction. Educating yourself about the way the bankruptcy process works and what life is like after bankruptcy is essential. Meeting with a qualified and experienced Jacksonville, North Carolina bankruptcy lawyer at Roger A. Moore, Attorney at Law is the next step to making an informed decision. A common myth about bankruptcy is that there is no way to rebuild your credit after filing. There is also a misconception that filing for bankruptcy is what ruins your credit.
Jacksonville Foreclosure Lawyer
read moreWhen you fall behind on your mortgage payments for any reason, it usually doesn't take long before you receive notices threatening foreclosure. If you have already received a notice of this type or you are concerned that you will, it is time to take immediate action. At Roger A. Moore, Attorney at Law, we understand how stressful it is for homeowners to face losing their homes, especially if it is due to unforeseen financial circumstances. Our Jacksonville, NC bankruptcy attorney is here to help ensure you understand the options available to you to avoid foreclosure.
SCRA & Bankruptcy
read moreThe Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act (SCRA) gives servicemembers certain protections against civil actions. The act provides temporary suspension of judicial/administrative proceedings and transactions that might adversely affect servicemembers during their military service. Additionally, the SCRA allows for forbearance and reduced interest on certain obligations incurred before a servicemember's military service. It also restricts default judgments against servicemembers, as well as rental evictions of servicemembers and their dependents.
read moreThere are many different reasons why a person or family can find themselves deep in debt with no idea how to get out of it. You may have tried to pay back your credit cards or mortgage only to find that the interest keeps adding up. At Roger A. Moore, Attorney at Law, we have decades of experience in the field of bankruptcy law and we have seen virtually every situation which can lead to debt. Many of our clients come to us when they are facing creditor actions, such as foreclosure or repossession.