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With a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, a St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney can help you
Why bankruptcy? Isn’t it bad for your credit?
These are the most common questions asked. Indeed bankruptcy is bad for your credit, but not as bad as doing nothing! You should not spend years TRYING to avoid bankruptcy. If you file for bankruptcy relief now, you will have years and years ahead of you to REBUILD YOUR CREDIT. In many circumstances, NOT filing for bankruptcy relief can be WORSE than filing. Why? Because if you are being sued, garnished, harassed, or just spending all of your disposable income on credit card payments, you are not saving for important things. You should be saving for retirement, house repairs, medical expenses, vacations, or other quality-of-life things. Instead, you are making debt payments. YOU CAN DO BETTER!
I am an experienced Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney in St. Louis, Missouri. I can help you stop wage garnishments, bank levies, foreclosures, and other collection actions. With my law firm, you get a FREE consultation with a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney. Call today to talk to a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 attorney! My number is 314-827-4027.
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My Service Areas
I am located in South St. Louis County at the intersections of Gravois Rd. and Weber Rd. I am very close to St. Louis City. I am conveniently located so that you can easily reach me from Jefferson County or St. Charles County. I also get clients from other surrounding counties in Eastern Missouri. If you are looking for an Illinois Bankruptcy case, I can help you as well. I file cases in Southern Illinois, including Madison County, St. Clair County, and Monroe County. Please call if you are looking for a Bankruptcy attorney in these areas.
More Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Information
I have written a blog discussing what a St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney can do for you. In my blog, I discuss wage garnishments, tax collection, car repossession, foreclosures, and other creditor actions. Remember that Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you with many debt situations. Read my blog for more info about how a Bankruptcy could help you.
You can read my Chapter 7 Bankruptcy FAQ and my Chapter 13 Bankruptcy FAQ. On these pages, I discuss many of the frequently asked questions about bankruptcy. Feel free to submit your own bankruptcy questions here and I will answer them for you!
I have also posted videos that explain how Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you.
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Sean C. Paul is licensed to practice law in the State of Missouri. He practices in the Federal Courts of the Eastern District of Missouri, the Southern District of Illinois, and the Central District of Illinois.
Sean C. Paul will give you the individual attention you deserve. He understands the importance of your financial decisions. He wants to help you make the best choice, whether it’s a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, or something else entirely.
What is Bankruptcy? – St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney
Bankruptcy is a proceeding in the United States Bankruptcy court. Bankruptcy Judges are appointed to oversee the system. A St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney files all bankruptcy cases in that court. The bankruptcy laws are based on the acts passed by Congress. The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts has posted this “Bankruptcy Basics” information on its main website.
Your St. Louis Bankruptcy attorney will help you decide to file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Once that is done, your attorney will help you prepare your documents and represent you in the proceeding. When your case is filed, you are protected by the bankruptcy court. The court will schedule you for a 341 Meeting of creditors. At this meeting, the bankruptcy trustee will ask you questions. The point of this meeting is to make sure you have been honest. You can read my blog for more information on this topic.
Since this is a complicated area, don’t try to file bankruptcy yourself. Contact an experienced Bankruptcy Attorney in St. Louis to advise you.
About My Firm – St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney Sean C. Paul
I run a small law office. I am ready to give you individual attention. My fees are reasonable and service is professional. As a small Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy law firm, I can give you polite and attentive service that you won’t get other places. My staff has many years of experience helping people with Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. A St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney is ready to assist you today. I have normal business hours plus I’d be happy to meet with you on weekends and evenings.
I can help you get rid of past debts by using Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. I can help you decide which option is best for you.
Remember that bankruptcy is a proceeding in Federal Court, meaning you get the full force of the law behind you when you seek Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy protection with a Bankruptcy Attorney in St. Louis, Missouri.
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What do I need for an appointment? – St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney
You’ve got a lot on your mind – I know. I don’t want to burden you with tons of paperwork to gather before we meet. My focus at our consultation is on YOU. So, don’t worry if you can’t find all of your bills. At our first meeting, we are going to focus on what I can do to help you. We will make a determination on whether you need Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. I will give you the information you need to make an informed decision.
Eventually, I will ask you for proof of income, tax returns, and other items. If you have these on hand – great! If you don’t, keep your appointment! We will have time to get into the details later. When we are ready to file your case, I am going to ask you for six month’s of pay stubs and your last two years of tax returns. I may ask for other things as well. Again, don’t worry about it now. Just come in and meet with me. We’ll worry about details later.
To learn more about what we will discuss at the bankruptcy consultation, clicker here. This page discuss the process and what type of documents I will ask for.
Please call us at 314-827-4027 or use our contact form on the left to talk to a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney in St. Louis.