Oshkosh Bankruptcy Attorneys
Winnebago County Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy Attorneys
In Oshkosh, Milwaukee and across the state of Wisconsin, many individuals and families are feeling the pinch of a shrinking economy, job losses and rising consumer debts. Combine that with an injury, a car accident or another unexpected expense and the line between financial health and overwhelming debt is not that large.
Thankfully, for many people Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are helpful options that can get people out of debt and restore their financial health. At Debt Advisors, S.C., we have helped thousands of Wisconsinites file for bankruptcy and get the fresh start that they need. Our lawyers are experienced in bankruptcy law and can explain to you the advantages and potential disadvantages of bankruptcy and other debt relief options.
Oshkosh Bankruptcy Lawyers
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are designed to help people eliminate or consolidate credit card debt, medical bills, utility debt and virtually any other type of debt. Creditors and lenders who want their money are often relentless in their collection activities. Bankruptcy places an automatic stay on all collection activities and will:
- Stop repossession
- Stop foreclosure and save your home
- Stop wage garnishments
- Stop creditor e-mails, letters and phone calls
- Improve your overall financial future, including your credit rating
The first step towards resolving out-of-control debt is to talk with a lawyer at Debt Advisors about your financial situation. We will answer your questions and provide you with honest advice about your options.
Make an Appointment to Discuss Your Financial Future
Contact a lawyer at Debt Advisors in Oshkosh and schedule a free initial consultation at our office or at one of our other five Wisconsin locations. Learn more information about the bankruptcy process by sending us an e-mail or by calling us toll free at 888-222-5615 to make an appointment.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.