$0 Down Bankruptcy
We understand that people considering bankruptcy are having financial problems. This is why we offer a $0 down option. If you qualify, you make payments only after we file your case. Our goal is to stop garnishment and creditors from calling you immediately.
Low Attorney Fees
If declaring bankruptcy is a viable option for you, we provide payment options that can fit any budget, and many times, we can file your case with $0 down.
Free Consultation, Including Evening / Weekend Hours
Our initial consultations are free. Yet, when you leave our orrices, you will feel as though you've received thousands of dollars of advice. We will discuss the immediate solutions that will stop the creditors from calling, or wage garnishment from happening.
Because John Smith shows his clients how to recover through bankruptcy. In fact, many clients have said that bankruptcy was their lifeline, their path to financial recovery.
When you start over and declare bankruptcy, you get to wipe the slate clean. That terrible feeling in the pit of your stomach goes away. You start to pay your bills on time. You can even save money.
Not only does our office have fair pricing and high consumer reviews, we also walk our clients through the process of using bankruptcy as an opportunity to start over.
John Smith has a law degree from State University, with years and years of experience in consumer bankruptcy. He has filed numerous bankruptcies, and helped countless other clients settle hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.
John Smith helps clients explore all options, including debt settlement, credit counseling and improvement, and Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcies. Indeed, declaring bankruptcy is not for everyone — and we will be the first to tell you if you should explore other options.
If you are a candidate for bankruptcy, John Smith, who has partnered with 7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score, will show you how to increase your credit score to 720 in just 12 to 24 months after your bankruptcy discharge or confirmation. This credit program is included in the price of the bankruptcy.