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


Do you have a significant amount of unsecured debt (like credit cards, medical bills, payday loans, old utility bills or overdrawn bank accounts)?  Does this level of debt leave you wondering how you are going to make all of your monthly payments on time?  Are you constantly trying to find money from anywhere you can to make ends meet?  Does it feel like you are staring at a bottomless pit, and things are only going to get worse?  Do you look at the interest rate being applied by your creditors and wonder how you will ever come current?  Are you now thinking strongly about your legal rights and options?


If you have answered yes to the majority of these questions, then it is probably a good idea to begin talking with an experienced Fairmont City, IL bankruptcy attorney.  A Chapter 7 will stop all wage garnishments that are currently deducting from your paychecks;  it will unfreeze any bank accounts that your creditors have levied upon;  and it will force any creditor who has sued you on a debt to withdraw their lawsuit.  All of these things happen immediately once an Illinois Chapter 7 bankruptcy is filed.

In addition, the filing of an Illinois bankruptcy will put an end to any and all collection activity.  Many people complain about the aggressive tactics employed by third-party collectors in their attempts to collect on a debt.  It could be endless phone calls, threats of lawsuits, usurious interest rates, or any number of things.  But federal law tightly regulates what a collection agency can and cannot do.  We will take a close look at what kinds of methods the collectors have used and determine whether your consumer rights have been violated.

Fairmont City, IL is a city Southern Illinois of about 2500 citizens.  Fairmont City has a very large Hispanic-speaking population, which has in turn allowed the city to incorporate this rich heritage into its way of life.  Jack Dorsey, the creator of Twitter, is from Fairmont City, IL.

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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