WISCONSIN BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS – CHAPTER 7
You don’t have to be held back by debt.
It’s your right to move forward.
When you’ve been affected by financial hardship and the cost of your bills has surpassed your control, you have options. You have the right to get out of debt and move forward with your life. Filing for bankruptcy will stop creditors from hassling you and end financially crippling income garnishments. It will also help you start to rebuild your credit, and you can typically keep major assets like your car and home.
Will bankruptcy ruin your life?
In short, no. In fact, the sooner you file, the sooner your life will get back on track. As you rebuild your credit, in time, creditors will work with you, you’ll be able to apply for a loan, and you’ll be in good standing again. Filing for bankruptcy can sound complicated, confusing, and intimidating, but with a trusted advisor on your side, you’ll know exactly how to move forward.
At Halling & Cayo, we can ensure that the process is as effective for you as your specific circumstances will allow. To file for Chapter 7 (sometimes known as “straight” or “liquidation” bankruptcy), right now we are offering $0 down with a low fee starting at $1,500*. Just fill out the form to get started and we will follow up with you to obtain your zero risk payment. If we review your documents and determine you are ineligible for Chapter 7, we will refund your payment in full.
*Flat fee is for services performed and may exceed $1500 depending on the complexity of your circumstances, the filing fee charged by the bankruptcy court must also be paid prior to filing.
PERSEVERE NO MATTER WHAT YOUR CHALLENGE
Reach the best possible resolution with an advisor who understands your situation.
Bankruptcy is a highly refined procedure that is full of detail and interpretations based on prior case law. Each one is different, as are the consequences to you as the debtor. You need a skilled, experienced bankruptcy attorney who can help save you money, property, and countless hours of revising improperly completed documents. After a thorough analysis, we may find that bankruptcy is unnecessary or there are alternatives available to you.
GET STARTED TODAY
It’s time to free yourself from debt and its effects on you and your loved ones. To get started, or to ask us questions about filing for Bankruptcy, contact us by filling out the form above or via phone (414) 271-3400 or via e-mail [email protected]