FREE Online or In-Person Consultation with a Bankruptcy Attorney!
If you are in financial distress, as many Americans are, contact a law office with over 50 years experience in Aurora IL to assist with getting you back on track. There are many things that can cause us to fall behind: a lost job, illness, death, divorce, student loans, and just hard times. So don’t be afraid to look for a second chance.
Bankruptcy is a term that scares most people, but if you learn more about it you will understand it is there to help, not hurt your credit. You can speak to a lawyer with Zalutsky & Pinski for free and with no obligation. We have offices throughout the Chicago area, including Aurora. All our locations have free and convenient parking.
Finding Custom Solutions for You
Our firm specializes in custom solutions for our clients. We know your situation is unique and requires a custom plan. And the fact is, we have options for you. For example, if you qualify for chapter 7, your debt can be wiped clean and you will be given a fresh start. You may be able to keep many of the assets you have acquired.
Another option is Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 can allow you to save your home from foreclosure and vehicles from repossession. Even if you don’t qualify for bankruptcy due to time restraints or other issues, there may be other debt solutions we can offer you.
Each person has a unique situation, so our law firm prides itself on offering custom solutions that are designed for your individual needs. We will consider all possible options for you and with the guidance of an experienced legal representative you will be given the best possible scenario to get you the fresh start you need and deserve.
With eight offices throughout the Chicagoland area, we’re simply the best choice for Aurora bankruptcy attorneys. Come in today and speak to one of our professionals for free. You can call the toll free number 312-273-1217 to set an appointment today. The consultation, advice, and even parking is free, so what do you have to lose?
By Kerrie Neal