During these uncertain times, please know that we're still here for you.

We know that this is an unsettling time for people across the country, including residents of Kentucky. If you’ve lost your job recently or your hours have been cut, we’re so sorry that you’re going through this.

We know that many of you had an overwhelming amount of debt that started to pile up before you lost your job, and maybe over the past few months, you were considering filing for bankruptcy.

Contrary to popular belief, bankruptcy can actually be a positive experience, as it can help you keep your property if your creditors are trying to take it from you.

If any of your creditors have sent you a letter stating that they’re going to take money out of your bank account, repossess your car, or put your home in foreclosure, we can stop it immediately. Our experienced bankruptcy attorney, Tracy Hirsch, is here to reassure you that there is HOPE for you and your family.

Schedule Your Free Virtual Consultation

Text or call Tracy’s cell phone number below to set up an appointment. You can ask questions from the comfort of your home by talking over the phone or “face-to-face” through video chat!

You still have the option to file for bankruptcy right now even though Kentucky Courts are currently shut down. We will help you get your case filed over the phone without having to come to our office.

To find out if bankruptcy is right for you (and to keep everyone safe), we are currently offering free virtual consultations via phone or video chat. 

There’s no need to feel ashamed if you’re considering bankruptcy. When speaking with our attorney, Tracy Hirsch, you can expect a compassionate, nonjudgmental conversation where you’ll work together to get the fresh start that you need.

What's Different About Attorney Tracy Hirsch?

  • She is available 7 days a week, and is the only bankruptcy attorney in Louisville, KY who provides her personal cell phone number to clients.
  • She handles all legal matters during the consultation and filing process. If you have additional questions, you won't be redirected to a paralegal. You'll always talk to Tracy herself.
  • She has 20 years of experience as a bankruptcy lawyer, and can answer any questions regarding Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
  • She is honest and has integrity. She will only recommend bankruptcy if she thinks it will help you and your family.
  • She is compassionate and non-judgmental. She will listen to your financial concerns, and work hard to help you find a solution.

Knowledge is power.

  • If you want to learn more about how bankruptcy can protect you and your family financially, click on the topics below.

If you have questions or concerns, we're here to help.

We want to make sure that you’re 100% confident with your financial plan during this time of social distancing. Our compassionate attorney, Tracy Hirsch, will help you weigh your options remotely, and all it takes are three easy steps. 


Text or Call
(502) 435-2593
to schedule a FREE consultation from the comfort of your home.

Talk to Tracy directly
and ask questions via phone or video chat. You don't have to come into the office.

Start the filing process if you both decide that bankruptcy is the best way to protect you and your family.

Helpful Tips and Suggestions

You’ll find articles below that provide helpful suggestions on how to navigate overwhelming debt and/or a loss of income. 

If you have questions about the information in these articles, about bankruptcy facts, or anything else related to debt, please contact Tracy. She is available seven days a week by phone or email, and is ready to provide the answers that you need.

How to Stay Financially Stable Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

This article has detailed and practical tips on how to avoid getting behind on your bills. If your work hours have been cut or you’ve lost your job, this is a must read.

Furthermore, if you’re a Kentucky or Indiana resident, this article has specific information, including links to local government websites, to help you plan ahead. 

If you've been considering debt consolidation or debt settlement, read this first.

If you’ve had creditors coming after you for unpaid debt (i.e. received phone calls or letters from them), you may have thought about consolidating that debt.

While it looks appealing, it’ll actually make your financial situation worse. Here’s why a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a much better payment plan option.

You deserve peace of mind.

Contact Tracy Hirsch today
to set up a free consultation from the comfort of your home.

Call or Text

(502) 435-2593



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