Federal Bankruptcy laws were created to provide options to individuals and businesses who face the unfortunate situation of owing more than they can pay. Sometimes the source of the problem is a job loss, piling up emergency and medical expenses, or falling victim to compound interest on too many accounts. No matter the circumstance or how you arrived there, Stohlman Law Firm has a combined 50 years of experience in navigating Bankruptcy Laws. We have helped hundreds of individuals reorganize their debts, or take advantage of Chapter 7 bankruptcy to get a fresh start. We treat our clients with integrity and respect with full confidentiality. If you have found yourself in a situation where your debts have become unmanageable, we can help.
Long ago, and even today, there is a lot of misinformation about filing bankruptcy. Folks think that it will destroy their lives, and that they will not be economically viable or ever have credit again for 10 years. Also, there has sometimes been a stigma surrounding the actual act of filing bankruptcy. Some people feel in their hearts that bailing on their debts isn’t the “right thing to do”. We have handled hundreds of situations. Let us explain your options so that you can know more about the decision to file for bankruptcy.
Please feel free to navigate our website, and find out the differences between the various types of bankruptcy filings. How they work, what to expect, and how we can help you get control of your debts…or get a fresh start!
TAKING THAT FIRST STEP
For anyone who has not filed for protection under Federal Bankruptcy Laws, the entire process can be intimidating. We understand completely. That is why you need a compassionate, experienced attorney to assist you in navigating the complex laws, do all of your diligence, review your case, make the proper recommendation, and ultimately get your filing done in a professional and efficient manner. At Stohlman Law Firm, we specialize in bankruptcy, and there is nothing to fear. Please call us for a FREE, no-obligation consultation so that we can review your circumstances and see if filing bankruptcy is right for you and your family.