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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Once you file a petition for bankruptcy the automatic stay will stop your creditors from taking any further action against you. Chapter 7 offers you extraordinary relief, and must be filed properly to protect your assets.

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a form of repayment or debt consolidation where a person can repay some of their debt while discharging other debt. Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will automatically stay any collection activity against you and allow you to get a fresh start.

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Auto Repossession

If you are suffering from a financial hardship and missed a car payment, your auto-finance company can repossess your automobile. If you are struggling to make payments and your car payments are too high, you can use the bankruptcy code to restructure your car note, and make your payments more affordable.

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Business Bankruptcy

Some business owners who are faced with overwhelming debt may feel their only option is to close their doors and wind-down their operations.

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Real Estate

One of the largest investments and most important decisions most Americans will ever make is the purchase or sale of their home. It is imperative to hire an attorney who will be attentive to your needs and help guide you through this process.

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Foreclosure Defense

Whether you recently received a summons in a foreclosure case, or are facing a foreclosure sale of your property, it is important to act fast to preserve your rights.

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Business Formation

If you are starting a new business, or looking to incorporate a business that you are currently operating, a business formation lawyer in Chicago could help you form a business that offers you the protection you need.

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Our Blogs

In December, Fannie Mae is going to revamp a program that allows borrowers to include income from non-borrowers living in their household to qualify for mortgage loans. The program is aimed to help lower income households who live with multiple generations of family members to use their income qualify for...
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This month Citigroup started refunding $700 million to consumers for illegal and deceptive credit card practices. Additionally, they will pay the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau $70 million as reported by the Chicago Tribune, http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/breaking/ct-citi-settlement-deceptive-card-practices-20150721-story.html Unfortunately, for many consumers, this relief came too late. Due to the recent downturn in our economy,...
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