File Your Affordable Bankruptcy Today
If you need to file bankruptcy, you may have just found the best bankruptcy attorney in the Saint Louis metropolitan area, including St. Charles and Jefferson County. If you’re suffering from any type of financial stress, life can be really tough. But there’s a powerful tool at your fingertips that provides you with immediate debt relief. De-stress and become debt free now, starting with a free consultation. Fill in one of our contact forms by clicking the previous link, or simply give us a call: 314-802-8328
Sometimes, even a quick chat with someone who knows what they’re talking about, and has the experience of thousands of cases, can help you out immensely. Andrew is a top bankruptcy lawyer with a depth of knowledge to help good people out of bad financial situations in St. Louis and throughout Missouri.
For your St. Louis Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case, he is one of the most affordable and experienced bankruptcy attorneys in the Saint Louis area. However, do not put price first when considering an attorney. Think about experience and expertise – and just take a look at our testimony page for first-hand success stories. Finally, you do not need to fear bankruptcy – it is an appropriate response to the burden you face.
Areas of Practice
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
A Chapter 7 is the most common type of personal consumer bankruptcy, allowing individuals to discharge unsecured debts. You’ve come to the right place if you need immediate debt relief and peace of mind. Call Andrew today to begin the quick and easy process for stress-relieving debt relief.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a restructuring of debt, whereby your debts are consolidated into an affordable monthly payment, saving your home and/or automobile, as well as eliminating some unsecured debts. You can even lower your car payments, and get better interest rates, by filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
No matter your situation, please do not ignore this issue. If you do not appear in court at the appointed date and time, a default judgment will be entered against you and the creditor will be free to collect the debt. In accordance with the law, this could mean garnishing your wages, or levying (freezing) your bank account.