You don’t have to lose property during bankruptcy. Learn more about what property you may exempt and save during bankruptcy.
How Will My Credit Be Affected?
Bankruptcy can help you regain control on your credit score Learn more about how your credit may be affected by bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy may be a good solution to some types of tax debts. Learn more about tax bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy for Seniors
If you find yourself approaching retirement with overwhelming debt you have options available. Learn more about bankruptcy for seniors.
Bankruptcy for Veterans
If bankruptcy is the right choice for you, being a veteran will give you many advantages. Learn more about bankruptcy for veterans.
Wage garnishment of Texas residents is generally not allowed. But there are exceptions. Learn more about wage garnishments.
Planning for Bankruptcy
The most critical thing you can do is consult with a bankruptcy attorney early. Learn more about the Dos and Don’ts of planning for bankruptcy.
In most cases, bankruptcy may help wipe out medical bills that you cannot afford to pay. Learn more about medical bankruptcy.
Credit Card Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy can wipe out credit card, medical, and signature loan debt. Learn more about credit card bankruptcy.
Owing more taxes than you can pay is common for both business owners and taxpayers. Learn more about taxes and bankruptcy options.
Debt Lawsuit Defense
If you have a valid defense to a lawsuit, hire an attorney to assist. Learn more about debt lawsuit defense and bankruptcy.
Loan modifications are agreements between the borrower and the lender. Learn more about loan modifications.
Bankruptcy does not generally discharge student loans. Learn more about student loan bankruptcy options.
Help When You Lose Your Job
Bankruptcy may be able to help when you lose a job. Learn more about how bankruptcy can help when you lose your job.
Coronavirus Financial Help
Learn about various programs provide temporary help to individuals and small businesses affected by the Coronavirus.
Cross Stone Law
Cross Stone Law is a bankruptcy law firm serving individuals and small businesses. Carol Cross Stone is a bankruptcy attorney who helps people and businesses file for bankruptcy. Carol has practiced law for over 35 years. She limits her practice to bankruptcy.
Under federal law, Cross Stone Law is a debt relief agency. We help individuals and business file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.