Filing For Bankruptcy in Pagedale MO


Do you know about the benefits that come with filing a St Louis bankruptcy?  Do you know how much it can improve your life?  Are you familiar with the specific rules that dictate whether or not you get to keep your assets when you file?  Do you know what an experienced attorney can do for you?


These are important questions that should answered (either before or after you meet with an attorney)!!  Why?  Because when you file a St Louis bankruptcy, you are essentially asking the court to knock out all of your unsecured debts (like credit cards, medical bills, payday loans, etc.), but the court is also going to require that you disclose all of your assets (whether it is real or personal property).

And if you have assets that have a great deal of equity (or if the equity in the asset cannot be exempted), then you run the risk of losing the asset.  How do you avoid that outcome from happening?  You hire an experienced St Louis bankruptcy attorney!!

Regardless of which chapter of bankruptcy you file (Chapter 7 or Chapter 13), you should be made aware of the pros and cons of each, you should be told upfront of the risk you run of losing an asset, you should be put on notice of the end result of either chapter, etc.  And the only way to ensure that you receive all the pertinent information that you need is to contact a good lawyer!

So give us a call as soon as possible!  Or shoot us a text, send us an email, or fill out an online form.  We will answer all your questions, fully describe your options, and get you back on the road towards financial freedom!!

The affordable St. Louis bankruptcy attorneys at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have been saving and protecting people’s assets for years.  Our goal is to make sure that you keep the assets and property you want, discharge the debts that you want to get rid of, and do it all at an affordable cost to you.  All phone conversations and office consultations are free of charge.

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