Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


How I Can Help You

St. Louis Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Debt issues can be stressful and add complications to your life. In addition to overdue bill notices and creditor phone calls, you may also be experiencing foreclosure and repossession actions, wage garnishment and collections lawsuits. If your income is too high to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or you have high-value assets you wish to keep, you can still obtain relief through a Chapter 13 debt repayment. Upon filing for bankruptcy, all harassing phone calls, collection actions, garnishments and foreclosures will stop. A skilled and knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer can guide you through thebankruptcy process.

Michael A. Reichert Attorney at Law, in St. Louis, Missouri, represents clients for Chapter 13 bankruptcy and other debt relief concerns. At our firm, we believe everyone is entitled to a fresh start. We will thoroughly review all of your assets and debts, including credit cards and medical bills, to determine if you qualify. If so, we will represent you throughout the process, including ongoing support during your three- to five-year repayment period.

St. Louis Attorney To Stop Foreclosures And Possessions

Many people automatically assume that you have to give up your home if you file for bankruptcy. This is not the case. If the equity on your property does not exceed $15,000, you can keep your home. The vast majority of people seeking consumer bankruptcy fulfill this requirement. Additionally, you also can keep your car if you have less than $3,000 in equity.

Michael Reichert is an experienced St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney who will advise and represent you at every step in the process. In most cases, people eliminate 90 percent of their unsecured debt, and pay back the rest within three to five years with no interest.

For a free initial consultation, contact our firm today at 314-600-8276. We offer evening and weekend appointments upon request.

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