St. Louis Medical Bills
A St. Louis bankruptcy will take care of all your medical bills and related expenses very quickly. Such a filing will get rid of this kind of debt altogether. As a result, the hospital or doctor's office will not longer be able to contact about the debt (or send the debt to a St. Louis collection agency).
WE GET RID OF ALL YOUR ST. LOUIS MEDICAL BILLS
Each year, millions of people file what have come to be known as ‘medical bankruptcies.’ This type of St. Louis bankruptcy involves individuals who have amassed a great deal of medical bills, but are unable to pay them. The added benefit of such a bankruptcy (whether it is a St. Louis Chapter 7 or a St. Louis Chapter 13) is that it also takes care of other existing debt as well. St. Louis credit card debt can be discharged. Mortgage arrearage can be paid back (this is the amount you have fallen behind on your house). St. Louis lawsuits and court hearings can be stopped. And harassing phone calls from creditors are halted.
ALL OF YOUR MEDICAL AND DENTAL BILLS WILL BE DISCHARGED
Regardless of your age, income, or level of education, access to adequate healthcare is essential. But the costs associated with medical care in this country are very high. Every procedure, examination, medical device, prescription, hospital stay, or doctor’s office visit is just one more expense that must be dealt with. And over time, those expenses can pile up and become overwhelming.
A ST. LOUIS BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY CAN KNOCK OUT ALL OF YOU MEDICAL EXPENSES
This type of situation is even more difficult for individuals who have health problems that require a great deal of medical care. Monthly or weekly visits to a physician can result in ever higher bills. And when the individual has little or no medical insurance coverage, a bad set of circumstances becomes worse.
Either way, the St. Louis bankruptcy lawyers at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have discharged millions of dollars in medical debt over the years. The goal of our Missouri and Illinois attorneys is to make sure that you get a fresh start in life by wiping the slate clean of all creditors. By doing so, you will be in a much better position to rebuild your credit score, and regain your financial wherewithal.