Page Law Firm

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Proudly serving Frisco, Texas and surrounding areas
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TIME TO MOVE FORWARD

This is not just about solving a legal problem. This is about moving forward with your life and creating a new future for you. Let us guide you there.

Frisco, Texas Bankruptcy and Family Law Attorney


Serving Collin County and Denton County Divorce and Debt Relief Clients

"I help people who are going through difficult situations to reconstruct their lives." - Théda Page

Théda Page believes in the art of reconstruction. Struggles with family ties and financial stability often force individuals into new directions. For more than 25 years, she has helped people gain a deeper level of understanding about the challenges they endure. From financial concerns to family law matters, The Page Law Firm is a respected force for change. When you are ready to rebuild your life, we can lead the way and show you the tools to use.

Our firm offers experienced legal counsel for a variety of family law matters including divorce, marital agreements, child custody, visitation, child support and spousal maintenance. We also provide comprehensive support for bankruptcy, offering Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing assistance and representation in credit card lawsuits.

The P on our door stands for more than the name of the firm but for the Passion we have for the people we represent.

Frisco Texas Bankruptcy Practice Serving Collin County


At The Page Law Firm, we believe in educating clients about the services we provide. We offer a free, initial consultation for bankruptcy matters during which we explain the basics about the bankruptcy process. We genuinely care that you understand the options available to you. We believe in empowering our clients to make sound decisions based on facts, not hype. You can trust us to steer you in a direction that makes sense for your life and those you care about.

If you are experiencing great financial difficulty or harassment regarding an inability to pay a debt, we can help. Debt relief options such as bankruptcy may reduce, eliminate or structure debt in a way that is easier to handle. We will help you make an informed decision to put you back on track.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes referred to as liquidation because all non-exempt assets are sold. This money is then distributed among creditors and any other entities to which you may owe an outstanding debt. But for most people, all of their assets are exempt, which means protected from liquidation. Additionally, in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, certain debts incurred prior to filing are completely discharged, such as credit card debt.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 is a way of readjusting debts to allow a debtor to pay them over time. It also enables the protection of property from creditors. In short, as long as a person remains compliant with the terms of the debt repayment agreements, they can successfully complete the plan. As with any type of bankruptcy, there are advantages and disadvantages, but Théda will thoroughly explain your options.

Frisco Family Law Firm Providing Compassionate Service


Théda wants the best possible outcome for her clients given the situations they may face. At our firm, we do not promise to deliver a fast resolution; we believe it is best to take whatever time is necessary to reach the best possible solution. The intricacy of familial bonds necessitates a compassionate, yet purposeful response. We are focused on meeting your needs in a timely manner, but never want you to feel pressured or rushed to make a choice.

We offer several methods of dispute resolution so that you may choose a path that feels right. We are able to tailor our response based on the details of your family law matter, offering legal representation in negotiations, Collaborative Divorce®, mediation and if necessary, traditional litigation. At The Page Law Firm, you can be assured that your best interests are at the heart of every move we make. Please speak with us soon so that you can understand why we continue to enjoy such a high referral rate from our treasured clients. We'll take care of you.

National Association of Consumer Bancruptcy Attorneys State Bar of Texas

Client Testimonials


  • In the midst of a personal storm, Théda became our advocate of caring and wise counsel. Working with her made me feel relieved knowing she had our family's best interest at heart. There's not a single person I would have trusted more at our time of need.

    - Brad U.

  • You provided support and strong guidance (both professionally and as a friend) during a difficult time. You led me each step of the way looking out for my best interests and gave me a path for future success.

    - Yvette W.

  • I send all my bankruptcy clients to Theda Page. She does outstanding work. Theda's demeanor and positive manner are unusual in this field. Her experience and expertise deliver exceptional results for her clients. Highly recommend this attorney.

    - Former Client

  • Thank you for your gracious kindness. You were very helpful and very supportive. I appreciate your professionalism, clarity and availability.

    - Jerry H.

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