Chicago’s Best Bankruptcy Attorneys
We will sit down with you and explain to you how bankruptcy works. If simply eliminating your credit debt is a goal, we may be able to recommend a straightforward Chapter 7 bankruptcy that will be over in roughly six months.
If you are looking to catch up on payments for your house or car, our lawyers may be able to recommend a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With that option, the law allows you to catch up with a payment plan over the course of three to five years.
As a bankruptcy law firm, our bankruptcy attorneys bring more than 80 years of experience to help you file bankruptcy. We will help you to determine which options best meet your financial needs.
Where bankruptcy is not the right option, you can depend on us to help you understand other options. These other options could include debt negotiation, for instance, or stop a home foreclosure or stop a car repo.
Erase credit card balances, medical bills, and other debt through Chapter 7
Keeping your business going during difficult financial times is important.
Protect your home, car and other vital possessions while getting out of debt.
Bankruptcy allows you to stop an automobile repossession. It also allows you to recover a vehicle that has been recently repossessed.
By filing for bankruptcy, you can secure a federal order to overrule it.
Usually, filing for bankruptcy puts an automatic stay on most collection activities.
Foreclosure defense, loan modification and other means of keeping your home.
If you are struggling with debts that you cannot repay, talk to a bankruptcy attorney sooner rather than later.
Is there life after bankruptcy? Of course! For many people struggling with debt, bankruptcy is the beginning of the road to debt relief.
There are quite a few options for homeowners who are behind on mortgage payments. We can help protect whats yours.
Are you struggling with a significant tax debt burden? Depending on the age of your debt, you may be able to discharge it by filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Co-Signed debt — debt that has specific property or assets attached to it — can also be reduced through the process of bankruptcy.