Financial strain can quickly consume your whole life, which often makes you feel alone and overwhelmed. Fortunately, you’re not alone in the bankruptcy process. Bankruptcy attorneys are there to alleviate your stress, answer your questions, and help you get through the process smoothly.
If you’re considering bankruptcy, trust a Chicago, IL bankruptcy attorney at Kreisler Law PC Chicago. We help individuals and businesses file for bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and to start on the road to financial freedom.
What Can Your Bankruptcy Attorney Do for You?
A bankruptcy attorney at our firm can help you decide which course of action will best resolve your financial difficulties. If bankruptcy is the right choice, your attorney will advise you on which type of bankruptcy to file for. He or she will help you file all necessary paperwork and attend hearings with you or on your behalf.
Your bankruptcy attorney will also give you advice on how to make the process as simple as possible, tell you what to expect, and help you anticipate any difficulties.
How Can Kreisler Law Help?
If you need a bankruptcy attorney in Chicago, IL, trust Kreisler Law PC Chicago to help. Our attorneys have the experience to coach you through every step of the process. We have been designated a “Debt Relief Agency” by the United States’ Congress. We’re familiar with all applicable federal and local regulations and will help you or your business successfully navigate the ins and outs of bankruptcy laws.
To schedule your free initial consultation and find out if bankruptcy is right for you, call us at 773.394.6400. We’ll return your call as soon as possible, typically on the same day. We look forward to using our expertise to help you regain your financial footing.
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Need More Information?
- Before You File for Bankruptcy: Information About Credit Counseling and Debtor Education
- Facts for Consumers Knee Deep in Debt—from Federal Trade Commission Site
- Bankruptcy Information Sheet of the U.S. Trustee Program
- Bankruptcy Information from the Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Wisconsin Site
In addition, the Bankruptcy Courts have created a series of short video presentations which can help to answer your questions and generally guide you through the bankruptcy process, from Chapter 7 through Chapter 13. (You should note that the videos take a little time to open. Please be patient.)