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Grand Law Firm - Baton Rouge, LA

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Updated 11/26/2013
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10537 Kentshire Court
Suite A
Baton Rouge, LA 70810-2985


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Grand Law Firm — Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Bankruptcy Lawyers

From offices in Baton Rouge, Grand Law Firm provides bankruptcy and debt relief services to help people throughout southern Louisiana regain their financial peace of mind. The firm offers more than 20 years of experience in bankruptcy services, including:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy to eliminate most kinds of credit card and consumer debt
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy to restructure all debt into an affordable monthly plan
  • Chapter 11 bankruptcy to help small businesses remain in operations under a restructured debt plan
  • Foreclosure defense to help people remain in their homes when threatened with mortgage foreclosure
  • Protection from wage garnishment and other creditors' collections actions

The firm also represents clients in personal injury litigation claims on a contingency-fee basis, meaning there will be no attorney fees unless you collect monetary damages.

Attorney Trenton A. Grand is a native of Baton Rouge and understands the values held by residents and business owners in southern Louisiana. He founded the firm in 1992 on the principle that people have the right to get a fresh start from the heavy burden of debt. Over the past two decades, Mr. Grand has successfully represented thousands of clients; helping individuals, families and business owners get the fresh start they need.

The cost for bankruptcy services is reasonable and the firm provides a free consultation to evaluate your circumstances and explain the bankruptcy process.

Grand Law Firm is a debt relief agency. It helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 13
  • Chapter 11
  • Foreclosure Assistance
  • Debt Counseling
  • Consumer Protection Claims
  • Personal Injury

Ancillary Businesses

  • Grand Title Company
Grand Law Firm Attorneys

Grand Law Firm Attorneys

Grand, Trenton A. Carpenter, Benjamin R. DeTrinis, Jonathan R.

Additional Personnel

Jill Loar, Senior Legal Assistant
Britainy Shaw, Bankruptcy Case Manager
Gabrielle Maybury, Legal assistant
Maritza Garcia, Legal Assistant

Office Information

Address

10537 Kentshire Court
Suite A
Baton Rouge, LA 70810-2985

Phones

225-769-1414

Faxes

225-769-2300

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Offers Free Initial Consultation

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GRAND LAW FIRM
2901 North Causeway Boulevard, Suite 208, Metairie, Louisiana 70002-4838
504-831-1222

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Bankruptcy
You probably have many questions related to filing for bankruptcy. You want to know about the process, about the benefits, and about the repercussions of taking this step.

Chapter 13
Often, when people come to our office to discuss debt reorganization, they aren't initially aware that they are actually filing for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Chapter 7
When you are drowning in debt you may not believe it's possible to undo the past.

Chapter 11
For businesses facing financial difficulty, filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection is one way to reorganize debt and restructure your business. Yet, it may not be the best option for you.

Beware of "Alternatives to Bankruptcy"
When you are struggling to keep up with payments on your house or credit cards, the debt management ads on TV seem to offer attractive solutions.

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