Are you at your wit’s end when it comes to managing your debt? If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you need to consult a bankruptcy lawyer at Barton & Baker today.

Alternatives to bankruptcy

At Barton & Baker, we want to help. Our job isn’t to judge. We really listen to you. Once you call for a free consultation, we can advise you as to whether or not it is truly in your best interest to file for bankruptcy. If it is, Barton and Baker will provide you with an outstanding bankruptcy lawyer to represent you in the court of law. If it is not in your best interest, we offer an alternative counseling service on how to overcome your debt.

Types of Bankruptcy

The bankruptcy lawyers at Barton & Baker focus on two different types of bankruptcy law:

  • Chapter 7 – This allows those in debt to get rid of most debt and start over with a clean slate within a few months. However, negative aspects of this kind of filing may include the loss of property and a lower consumer credit score.
  • Chapter 13 –With this type of bankruptcy, you keep your property. However, you must pay back all or a portion of your debt over a 3 to 5 year period through a no-interest plan. This requires candidates to be able to prove they have the ability to afford payment obligations.

How can I afford a bankruptcy lawyer?

We understand that money is tight for you. We provide many ways to accommodate that burden, starting with a complimentary consultation. At Barton and Baker, we also offer affordable rates and a variety of payment options.

We’ve served bankruptcy clients from the following areas:

  • LaSalle County
  • Bureau County
  • Grundy County
  • Putnam County
  • Marshall County
  • Peoria County
  • Rockford County
  • Will County

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Filing for bankruptcy can be a difficult choice. A Barton & Baker bankruptcy lawyer will work to make the process as simple and painless as possible. Contact us and tell us about your situation today.