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Bankruptcy Overview

Palatine Bankruptcy Lawyer

When faced with overwhelming debt, you may wonder if it is possible to recover, if you can save your home from foreclosure and whether you can secure your finances into the future. The answer may very well be "yes." Millions of people suffering from debt have found relief through bankruptcy protection.

At The Law Offices of James M. Kelly, our Palatine bankruptcy attorney provides legal advocacy and guidance to individuals throughout Illinois who are facing credit card debt, unmanageable mortgage payments, or financial difficulties after losing a job or suffering a serious injury.

Working to Find the Debt Solution That Is Right for You

Most clients come to us after they have tried for years to get ahead of their financial worries but simply cannot make ends meet. Our Palatine debt relief lawyer can help develop an overall strategy to solve your financial problems, stop foreclosure and handle all of the required legal work. Filing for bankruptcy can be the solution you have been looking for to get back on track financially and to prepare for future expenses. We can address all of your questions and concerns regarding bankruptcy, including those involving:

In some cases, we may be able to help you secure an alternative to bankruptcy. For example, we may be able to reach a settlement with your creditors so you do not have to file. In every case, we will thoroughly explore our client’s options to reach the solution that is best for him or her.

Contact Our Schaumburg Chapter 7 Attorney Today

The stress of crushing debt can take a burden on you and your loved ones. We are committed to getting you through the Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or other debt relief process as smoothly as possible. Contact our Palatine bankruptcy lawyer online or call 847-202-1616 to schedule a free half-hour consultation. We accept all major credit cards and offer flexible scheduling to suit your needs.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.