Welcome to the Ferguson Law Firm

The Ferguson Law Firm is a debt relief agency and bankruptcy law firm located in Houston, Texas. We assist individuals, married couples and businesses in resolving their respective debt issues. Often, we resolve our clients’ debt issues without the necessity of seeking bankruptcy protection. However, when it is necessary to file a form of bankruptcy to protect our clients’ rights and property, we file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases on behalf of our clients in the United States Bankruptcy Courts in the Southern District of Texas. If you reside in the Greater Houston, Texas area or surrounding counties and are experiencing debt issues, such as foreclosure, auto repossession, credit card or medical bill debt, tax issues, or lawsuits, we invite you to contact the Ferguson Law Firm today for a free consultation.

Free Consultations

We offer a free initial consultation, either in person, email or telephone. Please call our office at (713) 623-0870 to schedule a free consultation. We are located in the Galleria area of Houston, Texas.

Flexible Payment Plans

We understand that you may be going through tough financial times. We offer a flexible payment plan to accommodate your budget.

Experience you can trust

At the Ferguson Law Firm, you can confidently place your debt problems in the hands of a highly experienced bankruptcy attorney who will be committed to getting you a fresh financial start.

Why Choose the Ferguson Law Firm?

There are many bankruptcy law firms in Houston, Texas. Some have very large staffs consisting of legal assistants, clerks and other personnel. Often, clients have very little personal contact with the attorney in charge of their case. At The Ferguson Law Firm, your case is extremely important. You will always have a direct relationship with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who knows and cares about you and your bankruptcy case and is committed to ensuring that you attain a successful outcome.

Your telephone calls and emails will be responded to by your attorney, not a clerk. In addition, the documents filed in your case, which are extremely important, will be prepared and reviewed by an experienced attorney.