Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Festus, MO - for as little as $675
Dealing with huge levels of debt (like credit cards, medical bills, payday loans, etc.) can be extremely stressful. There is nothing quite like the feeling of being overwhelmed by an onslaught of monthly bills. This feeling is only made doubly oppressive when you are getting several phone calls a day from creditors or collection agencies, who demand money from you with equal ferocity.
WE WILL WIPE OUT ALL YOUR UNSECURED DEBTS!!
The affordable Festus, MO, bankruptcy attorneys at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have been helping people get relief from their burdensome debts for over ten (10) years. Our specialty lies in assisting people with the filing of a Festus Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This kind of bankruptcy gets rid of all your unsecured debts forever. Things like credit cards and medical bills are discharged; payday loans are extinguished; old cell phone bills are thrown out; and overdrawn bank accounts are gotten rid of. This will put you in a much better position to rebuild your life, financially, emotionally, and psychologically.
In addition, a Jefferson County, MO, bankruptcy will: 1) stop a home foreclosure from occurring, 2) prevent a car repossession from happening, 3) will end all wage garnishments that are being deducted from your paychecks, and 4) unfreeze any bank accounts that have been levied by your creditors. A bankruptcy will also force creditors who are suing you over your debts to withdraw their legal actions against you.
Festus, Missouri, is a town in southern Jefferson County. It has a population of about 11,600. Festus’ close neighbor, Crystal City, is often referred to when the city is mentioned. Indeed, the two locations are commonly called “The Twin Cities.” The naming of Festus is the subject of a couple different local legends. After initially bearing the name “Tanglefoot” (because of all the saloons that could be found in the area), the community leaders wished to rechristen the town. Legend has it that during a church ceremony, the Bible was shot with a gun. It was then decided that whichever page the bullet furthest penetrated, the first proper name to be found on this page would be used as the new town name. As it happened, the bullet reached a portion of the Bible on which Governor Porcius Festus of Judea was mentioned.
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 The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken, 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!!