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How We Help in North Carolina

Get Out of Debt and Follow Your Dreams

UpRight Law is a national law firm dedicated to giving North Carolina residents a fresh financial start.

Financial stress impacts more than your bank account. When you’re worried about growing credit card balances and past-due accounts, it’s hard to focus on your career, relationships and other important areas of your life. If you’re ready to take action and free yourself, UpRight Law is ready to help.

Our online platform makes it easy for you to get the information you need, and the initial consultation is absolutely free. You may even be able to file bankruptcy online. Schedule your free consultation today and an experienced bankruptcy attorney will assess your situation and help you determine whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be the answer for you.

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Being Sued for Credit Card Debt in North Carolina?

North Carolina residents are carrying a lot of credit card debt: the state’s average credit card debt burden is among the top five in the nation. If you feel like you’re at the mercy of your credit card company, it’s time to take action. An UpRight Law attorney can help you assess your financial situation, discuss the options with you and assist you in creating a plan that works for you and your family. Don’t lose another night’s sleep because of your financial problems. Schedule a free consultation now.

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North Carolina Creditor Harassment Laws

If you live in North Carolina and you’re being harassed by creditors or debt collectors, you have rights. The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) prohibits harassment, abuse and deception by third-party debt collectors. In North Carolina, two state statutes extend those protections. The North Carolina Collection Agency Act governs collection agencies, and the North Carolina Debt Collection Act places similar restrictions on original creditors. Learning more about your rights is the first step toward taking back control of your financial life.

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Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in North Carolina

Chapter 7 bankruptcy can provide relief from overwhelming debt. In most cases, an automatic stay takes effect as soon as the bankruptcy case is filed. The stay prohibits most creditors and debt collectors from taking any action. Then, most unsecured debts can be discharged. The bankruptcy discharge is a court order that says you are no longer legally obligated to pay those debts, and bankruptcy law prohibits creditors from trying to collect on them in the future. If you’d like to learn more about how you may be able to wipe the slate clean and get back on your feet financially, schedule a free consultation today.

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Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in North Carolina

Declaring Chapter 13 bankruptcy can put an end to the struggle and uncertainty of juggling past-due bills. In a Chapter 13 plan, you make regular payments over a period of three to five years. So long as the payments are made as scheduled, creditors included in the plan can’t pressure you for additional payments or continue to add late fees based on the past-due amounts included in the plan. You may even be able to discharge some unsecured debt. If you’re ready to take control of your finances, schedule a free consultation right now.

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Stop Foreclosure in North Carolina

The foreclosure process in North Carolina includes few protections for homeowners. North Carolina is a non-judicial foreclosure state, meaning that your mortgage holder doesn’t have to go to court before selling your home. And, only 20 days notice is required before a foreclosure sale. If you’re in danger of losing your home, you can’t afford to wait. Schedule a free consultation and get the information you need right away.

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Managing Medical Debt in North Carolina

Large medical bills can be crippling. Some North Carolina residents resort to desperate measures, such as paying medical bills with credit cards or refinancing their homes. Unfortunately, those “solutions” don’t actually reduce the amount of debt. With interest and possible fees tacked on, they may actually increase costs, leaving you further behind. An UpRight Law attorney will work with you to find the right solution for your particular circumstances. Contact us today to get the information you need to make good decisions for your future.

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North Carolina Wage Garnishment Laws

In North Carolina, the law protects you from certain types of wage garnishment. For example, your wages cannot be garnished to pay most consumer debts, such as car loans and credit card debt. However, there are exceptions. If your wages are being garnished or you’ve received notice that garnishment is about to begin, take the time to learn more about your options. An UpRight Lawyer will explain wage garnishment law and help you assess the situation and choose the course of action that’s right for you.

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Our Bankruptcy Attorneys in North Carolina

If you need help to get out of debt in Charlotte, Greenville, Raleigh, Salisbury, Fayetteville, Durham, Concord or another area of North Carolina, we’re here to help. The experienced bankruptcy attorneys at UpRight Law are passionate about helping people build better financial futures. Schedule your free case evaluation today and find out whether personal bankruptcy could be the solution to your financial problems. Act now to reclaim your peace of mind.


Roger R. Compton

Partner

Fayetteville, NC
38 Years of Experience

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L. Clifford Brisson, Jr.

Partner

Fayetteville, NC
39 Years of Experience

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Joshua N. Levy

Partner

Raleigh, NC
16 Years of Experience

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Robert Lefkowitz

Partner

Winston Salem, NC
33 Years of Experience

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Christopher D. Lane

Partner

Clemmons, NC
24 Years of Experience

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Rashad L. Blossom

Partner

Charlotte, NC
12 Years of Experience

I entered law school with a belief that all people deserve to be treated with fairness and compassion — particularly when it comes to justice under the law. I have stood in your shoes and watched my […]

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Florence Bowens

Partner

Durham, NC
24 Years of Experience

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Lisa Perrillo

Partner

Raleigh, NC
16 Years of Experience

Ms. Perrillo graduated from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a secondary degree in African Studies. She received her Juris Doctorate […]

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Richard L. Cannon III

Partner

Greenville, NC
34 Years of Experience

Richard L. Cannon, III is the managing partner at Cannon Law Offices, PLLC. Mr. Cannon is a native of East North Carolina and was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 1983. He received his B.S. degre […]

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Ruth Allen

Partner

Raleigh, NC
11 Years of Experience

Ms. Allen has many years of experience in the legal field.  A 2005 graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law, Ruth M. Allen was formerly a Certified Legal Assistant for 15 years. He […]

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Lynn Coleman

Partner

Kernersville, NC
31 Years of Experience

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Jeffrey Dalrymple

Partner

Matthews, NC
28 Years of Experience

For over 15 years, attorney Jeffrey Dalrymple has counseled thousands of individuals and families in financial distress.

Mr. Dalrymple, or Jeff as he prefers to be called, ha […]

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