A St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Are you overwhelmed by your monthly bills?  There are options available.

Bankruptcy is one of those options.  Filing bankruptcy stops creditors’ calls and ends most garnishments.  In many situations you are able to keep your house and car.

Which chapter of bankruptcy is right for me?

There are two common types of consumer bankruptcy: Chapter 13 – restructuring through a more manageable payment plan and Chapter 7 – liquidation.  Each has its own benefits and shortfalls.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What is can be discharged in bankruptcy?
  • When does the discharge occur?
  • How do I get a discharge?
  • Are all of my debts going to be discharged or only some?
  • Do I have a right to a discharge or can some creditors object? 
  • Can I receive a second discharge if I have already had one?
  • Can my discharge be revoked?
  • May the I pay a discharged debt after the my bankruptcy case has concluded?
  • How can I receive an additional copy of my discharge?

You don’t have to remain stuck under your debt.  You may qualify for a fresh start.  We will work with you to determine which course of action is best for your situation.

Call today to schedule a consultation with a licensed bankruptcy attorney in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.