Debt Relief


Extreme debt can be overwhelming, and affect your entire life. Perhaps you are dealing with overdue bills piling up and creditors calling and asking for money you do not have. Maybe you are dealing with the threat of foreclosure, repossession or wage garnishments. Life doesn’t have to be this way. You can get help with medical bill debt, credit card debt, utility bills and other unsecured debt through bankruptcy or other settlement methods. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer can offer the advice and guidance you need.

Michael A. Reichert Attorney at Law, in St. Louis, Missouri, offers debt relief advice and solutions to good people who have fallen into bad financial situations. At our firm, we strongly believe that everyone deserves a second chance and a fresh financial start.

Our first step is to determine if you qualify for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you qualify, we will skillfully guide you through the bankruptcy process, from initial filing to a total discharge of your debt. If you do not qualify for bankruptcy, but have pending lawsuits, we will negotiate on your behalf with creditors and advocate against wage garnishments, foreclosures and asset repossessions.

St. Louis Debt Negotiation Attorney Advocating For You

Often people will turn to debt settlement agencies for assistance with overwhelming debt. Most of these agencies have a poor track record in debt settlement and often do not achieve much more than adding their fees to your debt. In Missouri, debt settlement is actually illegal and the attorney general has actually prosecuted many of these agencies.

The most effective way to wipe out your debt is through debt settlement. If this is not an option in your situation, St. Louis debt relief attorney Michael Reichert will work diligently to negotiate your debt so it becomes more manageable.

Contact our firm today at 314-600-8276. Initial consultations are free and we offer evening and weekend appointments if necessary.

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