Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyers
Chicago, Wheaton, Schaumburg, Northbrook, Illinois
Homeowners, business owners and other people with significant assets and income often find the way out of overwhelming debt through Chapter 13 (debt reorganization) bankruptcy. At the law offices of Anderson & Associates, P.C., in Wheaton, Chicago and Schaumburg, Illinois, we help individuals and couples evaluate financial and legal options when debt has become overly burdensome.
Contact us to schedule a consultation if a divorce, job loss, medical condition or business downturn has you considering bankruptcy as a possible financial solution.
Face Your Overwhelming Debts and Keep Your Home
Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be appropriate for you and your family if you have built up a significant amount of equity in your home and have sufficient income to repay your debts. Chapter 13 bankruptcy may greatly reduce or eliminate interest and stretch out your repayment period.
Discuss the Financial Big Picture with an Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer
Anderson & Associates, P.C. has a well-established bankruptcy practice. We evaluate clients' best options on an individual basis. Our bankruptcy attorneys are known for their insight and professionalism. We welcome the opportunity to work with Illinoisans who prefer hands-on legal advocacy and personalized legal counsel.
We are Hard-Working, Hands-On and Client-Centered
We are prepared to work hard so that you understand your rights and responsibilities, and to protect your rights throughout the Chapter 13 process. We are known as aggressive, effective advocates and skillful negotiators.
Contact us to schedule a consultation regarding any financial challenge that requires legal counsel, including foreclosure, negotiations with creditors, Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 (repayment plan) bankruptcy.
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Anderson & Associates, P.C.
Family Law Attorneys
Chicago, Schaumburg, Northbrook, and Wheaton, IL
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.