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You deserve a legal partner who cares about you and your future. B. David Sweeney is devoted to helping all his clients get their finances back on track.


Attorney Sweeney has been practicing law for over 30 years. When you need legal counsel, put his knowledge and experience in your corner.


You should choose an attorney you know will give you honest and practical advice. Get what you need when you work with The Sweeney Law Firm, P.C.

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Bankruptcy & Debt Consolidation
Attorney in Memphis, Tennessee

B. David Sweeney

B. David Sweeney

Attorney at Law

Attorney Sweeney was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in 1987 and has been practicing ever since. Along with experience, he offers compassionate and individualized service. He understands the stress his bankruptcy, foreclosure, and debt consolidation clients are under, which is why he's dedicated to providing the legal support they need to move forward. From his Memphis law firm, he proudly serves anyone in western Tennessee. Reach out to B. David Sweeney today, and start building a better tomorrow.
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows individuals and couples to discharge their unsecured debts. This chapter is often the primary choice for filers because it's both time and cost-effective. To qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Tennessee, your family must make less than the median income for your family's size. Learn more about this pathway's benefits and requirements when you reach out to The Sweeney Law Firm, P.C., in Memphis.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Unlike Chapter 7, Chapter 13 bankruptcy requires debtors to pay all of what they owe to creditors, but by doing so with a three- to five-year payment plan. Rather than liquefying your debt, Chapter 13 lets you reorganize it. Because of this, you're able to keep all of your property and even save your home from foreclosure. Chapter 13 is the more expensive option, so it's important to consult a trusted attorney before making any decisions.


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Chapter 7 Means Test

If debt collectors are harassing you or threatening to garnish your wages or levy your bank account, the Memphis bankruptcy attorneys at The Sweeney Law Firm P.C. can help. You may have overwhelming debts, and unsure as to how you’re going to pay it all back.

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Bankruptcy FAQs

You can file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy every eight years with the time starting at discharge (the end of your case) as opposed to the filing date. You can file for Bankruptcy Chapter 13 four years after receiving a discharge from a Chapter 7.

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Is There a Downside to Filing Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy has emotional and financial disadvantages that you should be aware of before filing. Yes, bankruptcy can carry a stigma.

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Serving Western Tennessee With Care

While dealing with overwhelming debt can feel like a stressful, isolating experience, you should know you're not alone. More than half of the United States population lives paycheck to paycheck. No matter how hard most Americans work, one accident or unexpected large purchase can be the difference between keeping up with monthly bills and falling behind for good. Attorney B. David Sweeney believes everyone deserves a fair chance at a fresh financial start. Reach out to his bankruptcy and debt consolidation law firm today to start exploring your debt relief options.

With a legal career spanning more than three decades, Mr. Sweeney offers elite and compassionate representation for western Tennessee residents who feel overwhelmed by their expenses. Whether you're seeking a clean slate, a foreclosure defense, or a restructured approach to your debt, he can give you the tools and advice you need to choose the debt relief path that best suits your unique goals. From his office in Memphis, Tennessee, he proudly serves the communities of Shelby County, Fayette County, Tipton County, and Lauderdale County. Schedule your free initial consultation today.