Bankruptcy is the last thing most people want to ever go through in their lives, but sometimes the only answer is a new start.
In the past, Brooks Law Firm has represented its clients when dishonest offenders or deadbeat defendants that were trying to hide their assets under the shelter of the bankruptcy courts. In one case, an employer had been taking money from its employees claiming it was being used to pay health insurance, when in reality, there was no insurance. In another, an agent took in premium payments but never forwarded those payments on to the insurance company. Brooks Law Firm successfully forced payouts and obtained discharge for those debts.
When the economy changed, and many people met misfortunes and hard times, Brooks Law Firm decided it was time to use its bankruptcy expertise to help liberate those in need from crushing debts. Thus, beginning in 2014, Brooks Law Firm now represents those who need the protection of bankruptcy.
Brooks Law Firm has also successfully litigated cases in bankruptcy. On more than one occasion, Brooks Law Firm represented people who had been defrauded by others who were wrongfully seeking the shelter of the bankruptcy courts. Bankruptcy laws allows people who have come upon misfortune to avoid their debts, but it does not protect those who commit fraud. Brooks Law Firm has successfully represented the victims of fraud in order to obtain a payout or obtain a judgment that could not be discharged.
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