Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Ferguson, MO - for as Little as $675
The affordable Ferguson bankruptcy attorneys at The Bankruptcy Company have three main goals when they help people get out from underneath the burdensome debt they are currently dealing with: 1) discharge all of your unsecured creditors; 2) make sure you keep all of your assets and valuables; and 3) put you on the path towards financial freedom by getting you the fresh start / clean slate that you deserve. This pledge to our clients is something we take very seriously, and we pride ourselves in our ability to provide expert St. Louis bankruptcy legal services.We Will Wipe Out All Your Unsecured Debts
When you file a Ferguson Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your creditors can no longer contact you or attempt to collect on any debts owed to it (this would include collection agencies and debt collectors). If the collectors have already sued you for breach of contract, the Chapter 7 will stop any further legal activity against you. It will also put an end to a St. Louis wage garnishment on your paycheck or bank levy on your checking account. In addition, a Missouri or Illinois Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives you a chance to strip off any judicial liens that have been placed against your property (like a house). These protective measures are enormously helpful for people trying to deal with a mountain of bills and attempting with all their might to make ends meet.
The founding of Ferguson, Missouri, is an interesting mix of American history and ingenuity. In the 1850s, the North Missouri Railroad needed access through this area of the state. At the time, the land was almost entirely used for farming purposes. William B. Ferguson deeded a portion of his farmland to the railroad, and a depot was thereafter constructed called Ferguson Station. This station became an instant point of economic activity, and grew a great deal in the following years. Today, the city of Ferguson is home to approximately 21,203 citizens. It is currently undergoing a resurgence of business and culture, and the city looks forward to the future with a hopeful eye.
The Bankruptcy Company is located in the heart of the Central West End of St. Louis, at 1 North Taylor, 63108. The building is on the corner of Taylor and Laclede, and there is a free parking lot that you may use when you come to visit. The initial consultation is free of charge, and we can set an appointment for a day and time that works best for your busy schedule with an expert St. Louis bankruptcy attorney. Call today, and get your life moving in the right direction again!