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Too good to be true? Can you really, legally wipe away all of your debt and start over debt free with a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Illinois

The benefits of a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Illinois The possibility to start over fresh and gain financial freedom The possibility to eliminate out all of your credit card debt and/or medical debt and keep everything that you own

FINANCIAL FREEDOM COULD BE JUST AROUND THE CORNER...

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy may be your dream come true of getting out of debt and starting over....

DO YOU WANT TO WIPE OUT YOUR BILLS AND BE DEBT FREE ?

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is an opportunity to eliminate your debt and start over debt free. I

Why Ignoring Those Debt Collectors May Not Be in Your Best Interest

Debt collectors can be intimidating, the legal process can be confusing, and the court may not always be sympathetic to your circumstances. Despite all this, no matter how skilled you become at avoiding the issue, these debts do not just go away. You deserve a permanent solution!

Private Student Loans? You May Feel Like There is No End in Sight

Whether your student loans are private or federal, it may feel like there's no escape from the stress of what might happen if you miss a payment. Reach out to us today so we can help you determine the best route forward!

As of January 1, 2019, California Provided You the Homeowner More Rights to Avoid Foreclosure

Beginning January 1, 2019, additional protections were added under the Homeowner Bill of Rights, giving borrowers and homeowners added rights and protections to allow additional workout options to save their homes from foreclosure.

Did Healthcare Bills Result in a Court Judgment Against You?

Even the most responsible financial planner may not be able to account for a sudden illness or accident. When medical bills result in a collections lawsuit or default judgment, where can you turn?

Let Your Attorney Help You Be Proactive Regarding a Collections Lawsuit

It's tempting to let financial issues fester; confronting debt collectors head-on can be stressful, embarrassing, or even traumatic. No matter your situation, it is in your best interest to consult an experienced collection lawsuit attorney ASAP. You don't have to live in fear!

Private Student Loan Debt Borrowers Compared to Non-Borrowers

Studies have shown that the growing student loan bubble has effectively moved the goalposts of success for young people in the United States. It's not that millennials don't want to own homes, businesses, or cars; they simply cannot afford them.

Credit Card Companies and Private Student Loan Servicers May Be Ready to Sue

While there are distinct differences in how credit card companies and private student loan servicers typically operate, they are similar in that they may serve a delinquent debtor with a lawsuit at any time.

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