When you are buried in debt, it feels as if there is no way out - not now, not ever. Together we can change that. Your journey to debt relief and financial freedom starts the moment you call. Just the simple act of speaking with us about such a personal situation will make you feel as if a burden has been lifted. There is a way out.
Bankruptcy is not something we run across in our everyday lives.
That is why I have put together a Free Guide giving you the 7 Most Important Things to Know about filing that I have learned in my almost twenty years of practicing consumer bankruptcy law.
Let my experience help you in gathering the facts before making any decisions.
- Attorney Mark R. Schottler7 BANKRUPTCY FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy eliminates your debt and grants you a "Fresh Start".
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a reorganization of your debt. It can help save your home, car and your paycheck! We will examine your situation to determine the best possible Plan to restructure your debt and move you forward while keeping the things you want and need.Learn More
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Thinking about declaring bankruptcy for student loans? Our infographic will give you seven things you need to know before you decide.
Learn why the fees you may pay for bankruptcy services now will be worth the clean slate you'll have to rebuild your credit and your life.
Most people wrongly believe that you will never be able to get a credit card, a car loan or a home mortgage after bankruptcy. This is simply not true and one of the many myths surrounding personal bankruptcy. After your debt is gone, however, you will need to rebuild your credit and strengthen your credit report to get the credit you need. This free guide will put you on the path to new possibilities and new credit.