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Affordable Bankruptcy Options

When you are faced with debt and are struggling to pay your mortgage and your car payments, it can seem impossible to afford an experienced bankruptcy attorney. At Debt Advisors Law Offices, our bankruptcy lawyers provide affordable legal services necessary to guide you through the process of filing bankruptcy and improving your financial situation.

  • We never turn away anyone who needs are services.
  • Payment options are available to provide legal assistance throughout the bankruptcy process.

Understand How You Can Afford a Milwaukee Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, commonly referred to as “liquidation” or “complete” bankruptcy, allows a person to discharge credit card and other debts in a process that takes approximately four to five months. At our firm, clients can pay our attorney fee in installments. We will create a payment plan that works for your budget.

In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, our attorney’s fees are covered as part of the Chapter 13 debt consolidation plan. You will need to pay the court costs and a small portion of the attorney fee prior to filing the case. The court costs are minimal and the rest of your costs will be covered in the chapter 13 plan.

We’re Here For Those Who Need Us

Attorneys Michael Georg and Chad Schomburg opened Debt Advisors  Law Offices more than fifteen years ago. The goal has always been to provide relief to Wisconsinites who are dealing with unmanageable amounts of debt. We have helped thousands of people find a fresh start after medical bills, credit card debts, rent, utilities and mortgage payments which have gotten out of hand due to COVID-19.

If you are concerned that you cannot afford to hire an attorney to represent you in a bankruptcy, you may be surprised at the options an opportunities that are available under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code. Please don’t worry about how to pay for bankruptcy.

Read more about the bankruptcy process here: Bankruptcy Explained

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