Attorney Thompson handles various legal matters pertaining to Bankruptcy Law. Serving Orange, Seminole and Voluisa Counties.
Attorney Thompson's practice is primarily focused on all aspects of Bankruptcy including Chapter 7 liquidations and Chapter 13 reorganizations. Serving Daytona Beach, Port Orange, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach, Deltona, Debary, Deland, Altamonte Springs, Seminole County and the greater Orlando Area.
Bankruptcy is a business decision that is often made during times of high stress. At the Law Offices of Patrick J. Thompson, we strive to take the scare out of the process, and we note that many of the wealthiest people in the world have at some point filed for bankruptcy. We believe that bankruptcy is the legal tool provided to individuals and businesses that permits a fresh start. This ability to start anew makes us as individuals able to take risks, and as such bankruptcy is necessary to our economic system. We are happy to help in any way that we can.
112 Orange Ave
Daytona Beach FL 32114
We help people at some of their most vulnerable moments. Both in bankruptcy and in immigration law various situations come up that leave many people wondering who they can turn to and how to deal with potentially threatening situations. The Law Office of Patrick J. Thompson thrives in dealing with these difficult circumstances. Whether you are seeking help in getting a green card for yourself, or for a family member overseas...whether you are seeking reorganization of your business or liquidation of your debts, the Law Offices of Patrick J. Thompson are available to assist and be at your side through these difficult situations.
Both immigration and bankruptcy require specialized knowledge, and both are absolutely necessary areas of practice for large numbers of people. The complexities in these areas of law are myriad, and the list of potential problems long. Creativity and knowledge of the law are necessary in order to successfully conclude the sitation.
Present in the Central Florida area since 2009, the Law Offices of Patrick J. Thompson have worked and gained experience in a wide array of subcategories within immigration and bankruptcy law. We have helped people reorganize their business, we have frozen and reversed garnishments, we have helped cancel removal of aliens, and we have helped people to gain their citizenship and green card. We have helped businesses hire immigrant and non-immigrant workers, and we have helped immigrants and non-immigrants in obtaining relief.
The types of law involved involve a dizzying array of actors. Bankruptcy involves the judge, the interim trustee, the (in 13's) standing trustee, the U.S. Trustee, the IRS, and the various secured and unsecured creditors. Immigration involves the national USCIS, the local USCIS offices, the national and state labor departments, EOIR, and ICE. It takes a lawyer with background with dealing with these various actors in order to determine the best possible options and solutions in any given situation. There is, in short, more than there may appear with any action involving either type of law.
At the Law Offices of Patrick J. Thompson, we are happy to work with the challenges. We will bring the case to court, if necessary. We will not be afraid to either litigate, or to negotiate if prudent. We are prepared to deal with the numerous actors and interests competing claims to provide the best possible solution for our clients.
Patrick J. Thompson, Esq. is a graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virigina, where he established a background in History and Government. Mr. Thompson later attended Seton Hall University School of Law, where he focused his attention on business and intellectual property law.
Mr. Thompson has established a practice that is focused on bankruptcy and business concerns. Patrick J. Thompson, Esq. is acutely aware of the everyday challenges that business and individuals face in the current economic climate. Mr. Thompson takes pride in being easily accessible to his clients concerns.
Mr. Thompson is a member of the Florida Bar, the Volusia County Bar Association, and practices bankruptcy before the Middle District of Florida.
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