Nashville Bankruptcy Attorney

With more than 20 years of experience in bankruptcy law, the law firm of David F. Cannon can help you or your business find the relief you need from financial stress. We are dedicated to helping people just like you find an end to creditor harassment, file bankruptcy, and recover from debt. We’re proud to offer certified debt and bankruptcy counseling to the Middle Tennessee region, including Nashville, Antioch, Brentwood, Clarksville, and Murfreesboro.

Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist

David F. Cannon is certified as a Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist by The American Board of Certification and The Tennessee Board of Continuing Legal Education and Specialization. This certification is achieved by only a small percentage of bankruptcy attorneys in Tennessee.

Student Loan Debt

We can rehab your student loan debt to get you the lowest payment possible.

Dealing with Mortgage Fraud

Have your mortgage servicing rights been sold or transferred to another mortgage service company without prior notification? Was hazard insurance unnecessarily placed on your mortgage account? Under the Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act (RESPA), you have rights that are protected by law and you may be eligible for damages. Allow us to assess your situation and help you achieve the compensation you deserve.

Chapter 11, 7, 13: Filing for Bankruptcy the Right Way

What’s the difference between filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13? Which one is right for me? How long will a bankruptcy stay on my credit record? Will I lose my car and my home? We know you have many questions about the bankruptcy process. We are here to help educate you to make the best decision for your future and will walk with you every step of the way.

“Just want to let you know we thank you for your help in our bankruptcy. What a relief it is.”

End Creditor Harassment & Get Debt Relief

Put an end to the additional stress caused by those endless phone calls, emails and letters from creditors. We can help you find the debt relief you need and establish a reasonable repayment plan, allowing you to address your debts in a much more calm environment.