Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Cahokia, IL - for as little as $675


Have you reached a point in your debt-to-income ratio that things are getting out of control?  Is it hard to pay your bills (let alone on time)?  Is it becoming ever more difficult to prioritize which bill should get paid (let alone paying each creditor)?  Are you now getting worried about your ability to pay for basic items (like food, gas for your car, clothes)?  Are you literally swimming in debt and are having trouble figuring out what to do next?  Are you now in the process of trying to figure out your rights and options?


When it reaches this point, it is probably a good idea to take a serious look at filing a Cahokia IL Chapter 7.  A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will allow you get back on your feet very quickly.  It will give you the chance to catch your breath, and start over.  How?  Because an Illinois Chapter 7 bankruptcy will literally get rid of all your unsecured debt.  This would include credit cards, medical bills, payday loans, car loan deficiencies, old gym memberships, old utility bills, and a lot more. 

Once discharged, those creditors can never again demand money from you.  They can never again call, or send you letters, or harass you for money you do not have.  And you will no longer be obligated to pay them another cent.  They are knocked out forever (almost as if the debts never existed in the first place).  This in turn will give you the chance to not only breathe easier.  It will allow you to start over financially (like rebuilding your credit score).

In addition to the common unsecured creditors mentioned above, all collection agencies (third party collectors) are discharged too.  This means that all those horrible phone calls, nasty letters, and accusatory statements that are meant to demean you will all go away. 

Cahokia, IL is city in Southern Illinois with just over 15,000 people.  The word Cahokia refers to a specific Native American clan that had been indigenous to the area many years ago.

When you file for bankruptcy, the government describes it as a “fresh start / clean slate.”  In other words, it is a chance to start life fresh, move forward, and regain your financial footing.  It should not, therefore, be viewed as something to be ashamed of.  The number of people, famous and otherwise, who have filed for bankruptcy in our country is a virtual Who’s Who of movers and shakers in American business, education, and political history.  Bankruptcy is a chance to focus on the future, and to let go of the past. 

At Brinkman & Alter, we have two convenient locations:  in the Central West End of St. Louis, at 1 North Taylor, 63108;  and in the Twin Cities of Festus and Crystal City, 1000 North Truman Blvd (Highway 61/67), 63019.  The initial consultation to discuss your debt-related issues is free of charge.  Call today to learn more!!

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