Brown County Auto Loan Attorneys
In Green Bay, Milwaukee and throughout the state of Wisconsin, thousands of people have filed for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Unfortunately, some of these people slide back into financial problems not long after the process is finished and find themselves dealing again with the burden of debt. If you are considering bankruptcy, it is important to prepare for life after you file.
At Debt Advisors, S.C., we will advise you on all of your options in bankruptcy and explain the process to you. We will continue to offer legal advice to help you stay out of debt in the future, since you will likely not be able to file for another bankruptcy for several years. Our firm has helped thousands of people in Wisconsin eliminate debt and rebuild their financial lives.
Life After Bankruptcy in Green Bay
If you are considering bankruptcy, you are likely tired of dealing with creditor phone calls, wage garnishments, the threat of foreclosure and other debt collection problems. We can stop the collection activity and give you the tools to rebuild you financial future.
Our firm can answer your questions about life after bankruptcy, including:
- Applying for a home loan
- Buying a car
- Repairing your credit report
- The benefits of credit counseling
Get the facts about the process and make smart financial decisions that will help you make needed purchases after bankruptcy, while keeping you out of debt. Our lawyers will continue to offer valuable legal advice to you after your debts are discharged.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation to Discuss Your Situation
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation and learn more information about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At Debt Advisors, we have offices in Milwaukee, Madison, Oshkosh, Green Bay, Sheboygan and Racine & Kenosha, Wisconsin. Either send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 888-222-5615 to make an appointment with one of our experienced lawyers.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.