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Do you need a bankruptcy attorney in Topeka, KS? Joe Wittman can help you with Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Whether you’re facing foreclosure or are at the beginning stages of investigating debt help, the attorneys at our law office would be pleased to help you navigate your options.
If you need debt relief, you need answers and then you need a workable plan. Talk to a knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer today about your options. If your debt ratio is out of control, bankruptcy may be the right way for you to get the debt relief you need and start fresh. The laws regarding bankruptcy may not be clear to you and /or you might have a unique situation you need advice about. We would be happy to provide you with a bankruptcy consultation to help you explore your choices.
Whether you should file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 will depend on a number of factors. Talk to us if you are facing foreclosure and we can help you find out whether or not it might be possible to keep your house and get debt relief at the same time through restructured payment programs.
As experts in bankruptcy in the Topeka, KS area, we have the skills and expertise to help you move forward, confident that you can reduce stress and follow a plan to move past your debts. Whether you want to explore filing personal bankruptcy or need help with filing bankruptcy for your business, talk to the Joseph I. Wittman law office today and get the answers you need. Call 785-234-3663.
Bankruptcy filings in Topeka exceed 1,400 for the year
Total Bankruptcy filings nationwide down from 2012 year
Chapter 13 does not require payment of all claims'
Chapter 13 allows you to pay less for your car than the current payments
Chapter 13 allows you to cure a mortgage arrearage and save your house
Chapter 13 allows you to pay less fees up front to your attorney
Chapter 13 allows you to pay your taxes and child support
Chapter 13 allows you to have flexibility in dealing with your creditors
We file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy for individuals, couples and small businesses. Click the link above to find answer to common bankruptcy questions.