Attorney Joseph I. Wittman holds membership in a number of bankruptcy organizations, including the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) and the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT). Regionally, he is a member of the Topeka Area Bankruptcy Council. Attorney Wittman has also been called upon to participate in congressional hearings related to bankruptcy matters. This expertise enables him to provide service you can feel confident in, knowing you'll have the guidance needed to make progress during this time in your life.
Because attorneys have specialized advice to give to clients, they can help you make sense of bankruptcy filings. Don't delay getting assistance with a situation that may otherwise be extremely confusing and even frightening. Joseph I. Wittman, Attorney at Law, is ready to step in and ease your worries by helping you feel more aware of what the future holds, and by outlining your options.
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Due to the current uncertain economic climate in the country, people in Topeka, KS and elsewhere are feeling the strain of dwindling bank account balances, unpaid bills, and even the hassles of calls from collection agencies. If you're in a situation where you're bearing a huge financial burden, don't handle it alone. Attorneys can help you figure out a way to move forward instead of feeling like you're drowning in debt.