Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law
The prospect of declaring bankruptcy is a daunting one, and something you shouldn’t have to face alone. Whether you’re looking at Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the attorney at Wil Forker Law Office can help you during this stressful time in your life.
Helping You Through This Tough Time
At Wil Forker Law Office, we know that while every bankruptcy proceeding is unique, most people feel intimidated when filing. The paperwork involved in bankruptcy cases can be quite confusing, and, more often than not, your creditors will have teams of lawyers behind them. Our objective is to make the bankruptcy process as simple and painless as possible for our clients. Depending on how far you are into the process, our bankruptcy attorney may be able to:
- Help you understand eligibility requirements and the different types of bankruptcy
- File your petition with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
- Negotiate with your creditors at your 341 Meeting
- Argue on your behalf in bankruptcy court, if necessary
- Help you regain control of your finances and get a fresh start
When you’re having financial problems, time is of the utmost importance. Acting quickly and hiring an attorney when you miss credit card payments or when your business starts failing is the first step in gaining control over your finances. Contact Wil Forker Law Office today to discuss your financial situation and whether bankruptcy is right for you.
Will was excellent to work with, Would refer to any one, thanks you so much,
The only thing I can say is, Wil was always there for me, returned calls, answered all my questions, and made me feel comfortable about everything!!
Very willing to see me again if I decided to go forward with filing for bankruptcy, etc. Friendly and accepting. Encouraged trust.
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