The Gallini Firm
A firm with a straightforward approach for a brighter tomorrow
Filing for Bankruptcy
We’ll assess your financial situation thoroughly to determine exactly what you need to do in order to free yourself from unpaid debt and protect against creditors.
Special Education Law
We are special education attorneys who will go above and beyond for the rights of special needs children.
Need help planning your Will or a living trust? Our estate planning attorney can guide you through the process.
A Professional, Compassionate Special Education, Estate Planning, and Bankruptcy Lawyer Clients From and Near Round Rock, TX Can Trust 100%
Legal complications involving bankruptcy, special education law, estate planning, and business law are never easy. In fact, it’s not advisable for someone with no legal experience to take on these tasks themselves. Apart from the lack of working knowledge on various legal matters, the pressure and stress might push you into making poorly planned decisions.
To increase the chances of a positive outcome, work with The Gallini Firm. We have a licensed special education, estate planning, business, and bankruptcy lawyer backed by years of legal experience in and around Round Rock, TX. Our firm will support you throughout the case.
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The Difference Between Filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
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Should you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 bankruptcy? How do the two differ? Here are some facts to consider:
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Business interests
- properties apart from your primary home
- extra motor vehicles
- high-value coin or gun collections
- rental property
- investment stock accounts
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Make Sure Your Loved Ones Live Their Best Lives Even After You’re Gone With Estate Planning
Proper estate planning is very important, especially if you have multiple dependents and relatives or a blended family. It is the process of naming representatives for key positions, guardians for children, arranging the division of your assets in anticipation of your incapacitation or death—whenever it may be. We suggest meeting with our lawyer for estate planning at least every five years for updates and changes.