Imagine being debt free. If you are suffering from bill problems each month, relief can be as simple as properly exercising your legal rights. Protect your assets, simplify your finances, and get the help you and your family are entitled to under the law.
My name is Kevin J. Radey, and I’m an Asheville NC bankruptcy lawyer who helps people with bill problems file bankruptcy in Western North Carolina. I’ve studied and practiced North Carolina bankruptcy laws in order to help you make smart decisions. I have been an attorney since 2000, and help clients surrounding Asheville file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
My clients come from all walks of life – from retirees who saw their home equity wiped away, to young families overwhelmed by credit card and medical debt, to homeowners frustrated by having to wait on a loan modification decision from their bank to prevent foreclosure. I’m a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys as well as of the North Carolina State Bar Association.
I will only recommend a bankruptcy case if it is in your financial best interests to do so. People frequently continue to make minimum payments month after month while believing common myths about bankruptcy. Gathering information is essential to breaking out of this cycle, and financial tools are available which can aid your recovery. You can recover, and I can help get you started.
* The Law Offices of Kevin J. Radey, PLLC is a designated Debt Relief Agency by the U.S. Congress. We take great pride representing consumers in bankruptcy proceedings.
*Our office near downtown Asheville serves the following Western North Carolina counties: Avery, Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Swain, Transylvania and Yancey.
*The information contained on this website is not intended and does not constitute the providing of any legal advice or any legal opinions or services to any user thereof. The information available on or through this web page is not intended and shall not be used as a substitute for the advice and consultation provided by an attorney.