Waukesha Credit Card Bill Attorney
Waukesha County Payment Plan Attorney
People rely on credit card to help with major purchases and unexpected bills like automotive and home repairs. When credit card balances get to a point where you can no longer afford the minimum payments, it can wreak havoc on your entire financial situation. If you are having trouble keeping up with your monthly bills, filing for bankruptcy may be able to provide the relief you need.
At Debt Advisors, S.C., we provide comprehensive debt relief services to clients throughout Wisconsin. We have helped thousands of clients get out from under their overwhelming debt loads and make a fresh start. We have extensive experience with all aspects of consumer bankruptcy, and we work tirelessly to find the right debt relief solution for every client.
Waukesha Credit Card Bill Lawyer
Since it is not backed by any kind of collateral, credit card debt is unsecured. If credit card debt is the only thing keeping you from financial freedom, you might consider filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In Chapter 7, you have the opportunity to eliminate all your debt in as little as six months. Once you receive your discharge, you will have no further obligation to your creditors.
If you have other debts, such as mortgage or car payments that need to be addressed, Chapter 13 might be a better option to consider. Under Chapter 13, you would repay your debts over a three to five year period according to a court-approved repayment plan. We will thoroughly explain your options and answer all your questions so you can make an informed decision about how to proceed.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation
Contact us at Debt Advisors and schedule a free initial consultation at our Milwaukee office, or at one of our other five Wisconsin locations, including Madison and Sheboygan, to learn more about your options for dealing with excessive credit card debt. Either send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 888-222-5615 to get started.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.