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Brian Poe & Associates
Atlanta, GA
United States

Georgia Bankruptcy Attorneys (dba Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC) offers bankruptcy representation for both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings. People who are in financial distress often find it difficult to meet a bankruptcy attorney based on their fear of spending money that they do not have.

Our law firm can address these fears in two ways: [1] our phone and personal consultations with our lawyers are FREE consultations; and [2] we offer "no money down" sign ups in which you commit to paying your bankruptcy fee through a payment plan. While our most inexpensive arrangement is for individuals who pay their entire fee upfront, a great deal of people prefer our "no money down plan" (aka "$0 money down plan") because it allows them to meet us, get a free legal consultation, sign up, and know that they have hired a bankruptcy attorney who will help change their financial picture.

To qualify for a payment plan arrangement with Georgia Bankruptcy Attorneys (dba Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC), you need a debit card and verifiable income (i.e. job, disability check, etc.) supporting that you can afford the necessary payments. That's all!

Georgia Bankruptcy Attorneys
Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC

South Fulton (Atlanta Airport Office):
4910 Jonesboro Road
Suite 101
Union City, GA 30291
(770) 892-2230

Downtown Atlanta Office:
235 Peachtree St NE
Suite 400
Atlanta GA 30303
(404) 287-2363

Buckhead Office:
3355 Lenox Road
Suite 750
Atlanta GA 30326
(678) 920-4611

Decatur Office:
4319 Covington Highway
Suite 300
Decatur, GA 30035
(404) 880-3318

Visit our new website at: www.bankruptcyattorneys-georgia

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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Per 11 U.S.C.528(a)(3), our law firm's services or benefits offered are with respect to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief under Title 11.