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David Shuster

860 Hebron Pkwy
Lewisville, Texas 75057

888-365-0921

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Lewisville

Main Office

860 Hebron Pkwy Lewisville, Texas 75057

Dallas

4925 Greenville Ave #200, Suite 200 Dallas, Texas 75206
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Practice Areas

Bankruptcy, Bike Accident, Business Bankruptcy

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David Shuster has been a bankruptcy attorney for over twelve years. He practices Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, and Civil Litigation, including personal injury law,  in Lewisville, TX.

Quality care is extremely important to David, and it shows. He takes a hands-on approach and always works hard to ensure that his clients get the best possible outcome. His clients regularly appreciate him for his excellent advice and ability to put them at ease as they sort through this stressful time in their lives. David is responsive and punctual, and he is also very easy to talk to.

David graduated with a BAAS degree in Economics from the University of North Texas in 1997. He got his Juris Doctor at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2002.  

If you have Lewisville bankruptcy lawyer David Shuster on your side, you can rest assured that you are in exceptional, competent hands. His services are affordable, and his first consultation is free.

Bar Admissions:

  • Texas

  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas

  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas

  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Texas

  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court Northern District of Texas


Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

  • State Bar of Texas, Bankruptcy Law Section

  • Dallas County Bar Association

  • Denton County Bar Association

  • Tarrant County Bar Association

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Lewisville Texas 75057

4925 Greenville Ave #200 Suite 200
Dallas Texas 75206

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If You File Bankruptcy, Will You Lose Your Car?

Attorney David Shuster | 888-365-0921 | Get Answers NOW It’s one of the most frequently asked questions about debt and bankruptcy: if you file bankruptcy, will you lose your car? The answer, according to bankruptcy attorney David... […]

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Interview: Debt From MLM Expenses

Multi-level marketing organizations, or MLMs, make big promises to those who join up looking to make some cash. For many entrepreneurs, it's a struggle to find financial success. This is even worse for those who paid a lot of money up-front for classes, supplies, and inventory. What options are avai... […]

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Interview: Is Debt Settlement Right For You?

Debt settlement is one solution for overcoming your financial stresses. Is it the right solution for you? In this interview with David Shuster, he explains that debt settlement can be a good solution for many people in debt. He warns to make sure you're dealing with a legitimate organization/prof... […]

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Interview: What Happens When You File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

What happens when you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy? In this video, bankruptcy lawyer David Shuster explains what you can expect if you're considering filing for Chapter 7. Topics covered in this video: Why is there a stigma aga... […]

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Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

Student loans typically are not dischargeable under bankruptcy law. That said, there are narrow exceptions. Even when student loans are found dischargeable under these narrow circumstances, it’s a challenge for a bankruptcy filing to discharge all student debt. Generally speaking, it’s not possib... […]

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Video Blog: Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

Can bankruptcy discharge student loans? As bankruptcy attorney David Shuster explains, generally no. However, bankruptcy can help alleviate other forms of debt for those struggling with other types of financial burdens. Video Transcript: Student loans are not dischar... […]

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How Does Bankruptcy Affect a Tax Refund?

How does bankruptcy affect a tax refund? You definitely want to let your attorney know if you are filing for bankruptcy around tax time. David Shuster says that it is an important factor to consider. Transcript: Well this is tax time and so if you are expecting a tax... […]

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Interview: Is Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 the Best Option?

Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 are the most common forms of bankruptcy available to consumers. What are the big differences between the two? Which type of bankruptcy is best for your situation? We spoke to David Shuster, a bankruptcy lawyer based in Dallas - Forth Worth. He explains what those in dire fi... […]

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Why You Shouldn't Be Scared of the 341 Creditor Meeting

Bankruptcy has a negative stigma that is entirely unwarranted. Bankruptcy is a service provided by the government, giving you a second chance to start fresh and get back on your feet. You’re not giving up; you’re getting help. However, the 341 creditor meeting can seem intimidating if you’re unf... […]

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Bankruptcy: Are Student Loans Dischargeable?

Are Student Loans Dischargeable in Bankruptcy? Student loans are not dischargeable in bankruptcy as a general rule. There are some circumstances where you can get a discharge if you have an extreme hardship. It's different jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Depends on the s... […]

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Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

Student loans typically are not dischargeable under bankruptcy law. That said, there are narrow exceptions. Even when student loans are found dischargeable under these narrow circumstances, it’s a challenge for a bankruptcy filing to discharge all student debt. Generally speaking, it’s not possible, unless the student can prove an “undue hardship.” Proving You Have an Undue Hardship The definition of undue hardship may vary depending on who you ask, but many bankruptcy courts evaluate whether you have an undue hardship using the Brunner Test. In the Brunner Test, the courts look at several different factors to determine whether you have an undue hardship, including: Would you b... […]

Why You Shouldn't Be Scared of the 341 Creditor Meeting

Why You Shouldn't Be Scared of the 341 Creditor Meeting

Bankruptcy has a negative stigma that is entirely unwarranted. Bankruptcy is a service provided by the government, giving you a second chance to start fresh and get back on your feet. You’re not giving up; you’re getting help. However, the 341 creditor meeting can seem intimidating if you’re unfamiliar with the process. What Is the 341 Creditor Meeting and What Does It Have to Do With Bankruptcy? Traditionally, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves the liquidation and agreement of payments to creditors for your debts. Essentially the government assumes responsibility for those debts, either completely removing certain debts or consolidating them into easy payments for you. Tha... […]

Can I Discharge a Tax Debt through Bankruptcy?

Can I Discharge a Tax Debt through Bankruptcy?

It honestly depends. Whatever the case, don’t believe what you hear about tax debt discharge on the radio, or even on TV, because the fact is this: tax debts often can’t get liquidated or eliminated in bankruptcy. If you’ve filed for a Chapter 7, you’ll most likely still owe them. If you’ve filed for Chapter 13, chances are good you’ll just repay them in full anyway. Some Exceptions for Tax Debt Discharge There are some exceptions. For starters, always try and file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Many consider it the “clean slate” bankruptcy filing, so if you’re looking to discharge a tax debt through bankruptcy, that’s your best ticket. You will, however, have to consider these conditions fi... […]

An Introduction to Small Business Bankruptcy

An Introduction to Small Business Bankruptcy

Starting your own business is a very courageous and often complex endeavor. But there are many reasons for why at least half of the small businesses in America might find themselves in financial trouble. If you have already tried calling your primary lender and looked thoroughly into the different types of debt consolidation loans, then perhaps this legal article can help you if you have found that you will need to file for business bankruptcy. We will also touch on the subject of debt relief scams, a growing problem. Bankruptcy is a serious move, and there are different kinds. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to debt settlement. The goals for most small businesses in a precarious fi... […]