Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Dellwood, MO - for as Little as $675
When the country at large is suffering from difficult economic times (layoffs, firings, pay reduction, and outsourcing of jobs), it is the smaller communities that typically suffer the most. The same is true for the townships around St. Louis. But the affordable Dellwood bankruptcy lawyers at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken believe that a better future can be had by getting a second chance in life. A chance to rebuild your financial future, and reestablish your goals and settings.We Will Wipe out all of Your Unsecured Debts
When you file a Dellwood Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you get rid of your unsecured creditors for good. Unsecured creditors are debts like credit cards, medical bills, St. Louis payday loans, and deficiencies from an automobile repossession. Such a filing can also stop a St. Louis wage garnishment, unfreeze a bank levy against your checking account, and end any lawsuits filed against you. In addition, your creditors (including collection agencies and debt collectors) have to cease their communication with you. This means that they can no longer call you, send you threatening letters, or bother you at work. And if the collectors have violated your consumer rights, we can actually file suit against them (at no additional charge to you).
The city of Dellwood, Missouri, has approximately 5,000 residents, and is located in northern St. Louis County near Highway 270. The median household income in Dellwood is about $48,000. The city was incorporated in 1951, and its most common form of employment comes from the manufacturing sector. Dellwood is an area in which the people are hardworking, proud of their city, hopeful about the future, and protective of their individual rights. It is a township with close proximity to the City of St. Louis, and shares the common values of the entire Midwestern section of the country.
Our law offices can be found in the Central West End of St. Louis, at 1 North Taylor, 63108. The building is on the corner of Taylor and Laclede, and we have a free parking lot as well. Our goal is to make sure that you fully understand all of your available options in a St. Louis bankruptcy, how the process works from start to finish, and what you can expect upon receiving your discharge from the bankruptcy court. The future does not have to one of gloom and darkness. There is a light at the end of this tunnel, and we hope to help guide you to it. The initial consultation to speak with an expert St. Louis bankruptcy lawyer is free of charge, and we can set an appointment that fits your busy schedule. Call today to learn more!