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Big Island Debt Relief Attorney

Choosing an experienced and qualified attorney is an important decision — especially in the area of bankruptcy law. As a former Assistant United States Trustee for U.S. District of Alaska and sole practitioner in bankruptcy law, I have more than 20 years of experience, and can assist you through the difficult process of filing a bankruptcy petition.

Barbara L. Franklin, Esq., Attorney at Law, represents individuals and businesses in their bankruptcy and real estate matters throughout the Big Island of Hawaii. Whether you are dealing with burdensome debt or need assistance with the purchase or sale of residential property, Barbara L. Franklin, Esq., Attorney at Law can help you.

Hawaii Debt Relief Attorney

My firm handles simple and complex matters including:

  • Bankruptcy law: I represent individuals and business owners experiencing financial problems. My vast experience on this topic allows me to provide sound advice to debtors or creditors. I also represent trustees, creditors, clients and other individuals in adversary proceedings, including contested matters that arise out of a bankruptcy, including cases of fraudulent or preferential transfers.
  • Real estate law: I represent clients in real estate matters, including the purchase and sale of residential real estate, landlord/tenant matters, and boundary disputes. I assist buyers and sellers with legal services related to residential home closings, including reviewing offers, drafting documents, resolving title issues, ownership issues, and recording deeds in both Land Court and the regular system with the Hawaii Bureau of Conveyance.

Contact a Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving the Big Island

My firm is a good choice for your legal matter because of my experience and the individualized client services I offer. My office is open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For an initial consultation contact my office by e-mail or by calling 808-775-0530.

* We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, including federally supervised repayment plans under Chapter 13.