Is Bankruptcy Right for You?
Learn About Bankruptcy in Kane County, IL
Bankruptcy can be a difficult thing to face, and many people have questions or concerns regarding their eligibility to file and what benefits filing a petition can bring to them. At Hipple Law P.C., we understand that this time in your life may be challenging, but with the assistance of an attorney from our firm, you could see a favorable resolution to your complications. We encourage you to contact our office and speak with our dedicated legal professional at the firm as soon as possible.
When you choose to file for bankruptcy, there are numerous benefits you may receive, including:
- Reduction of excessive credit card debt when you are unable to repay your bills
- Elimination of second mortgages and/or home equity loans instead of settling for a short sale or foreclosure
- Resolving mortgage arrearages
- Putting an end to harassing creditor calls and collection attempts
- Reversal of wage garnishments and bank levies
At our firm, we understand that each person's situation is different, and the specifics of their debt could affect the overall outcome of their case - which is why it is important that you work with an attorney as soon as possible.
We Can Help You Protect Your Interests
Deciding to file for bankruptcy can be one of the most important legal decisions an individual can choose to make, but it can also be the most rewarding. To determine if filing bankruptcy is in your best interests, we highly suggest that you meet with a lawyer to discuss the benefits and risks associated with your specific situation.
We Offer Consultations From Our Chicagoland Offices, Including:
- Kane County
- Cook County
- DuPage County
- Lake County
- Will County
There Is Life After Bankruptcy! Call (847) 787-7179 for Help
Once your bankruptcy is completed, you should have a fresh start. Bankruptcy is designed to help consumers eliminate their financial complications without facing lawsuits. If you are considering filing, it is important that you speak with an attorney soon. We can help you explore your options and determine the best course of action to take for your specific case.
Request your initial consultation by calling us at (847) 787-7179 or filling out our online form.