Simple Solutions To Financial Freedom

Solve your debt problems by speaking with our experienced bankruptcy attorneys at Bankruptcy Advocates.

 

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Serving Southern Illinois For More Than 40 Years
Bankruptcy Overview

Bankruptcy
Overview

 

Bankruptcy Basics

Bankruptcy Basics

 

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

 

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

 Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Special Bankruptcy Issues

Special Bankruptcy Issues

 

Worried About Your Credit Score?

Worried About Your Credit Score?

 

Medical Malpractice & Birth Injuries

Medical Malpractice & Birth Injuries

 

Should I File?

Should I File?

 

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Attorneys Who Can Help With Your Bankruptcy

 

Choosing to file a bankruptcy is always a difficult decision. First, dealing with overwhelming debt is challenging and creates tremendous stress. Second, choosing an attorney to help and who knows what to do is difficult, when you have never experienced bankruptcy.

At Bankruptcy Advocates, we understand and can help. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience helping people in Southern Illinois deal with the problems caused by overwhelming debt, and we can help you, too!

 

A New Beginning With Bankruptcy

At Bankruptcy Advocates, our attorneys represent clients in a wide array of matters. We have a record of success in handling disputes in fields such as insurance defense, probate and estate law, elder law, family law, labor and employment law, workers’ compensation and products liability.

Our lawyers tailor their legal approaches according to your needs. We are licensed to defend your interests in court, in mediation or in negotiation sessions. Whether you choose to litigate a dispute or settle your conflict, you can be certain that we will skillfully attend to all aspects of your case.

At Bankruptcy Advocates, we understand and can help. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience helping people in Southern Illinois deal with the problems caused by overwhelming debt, and we can help you, too!

 

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