Our mission is to work with Minnesotans who are going through financial challenges and help them protect what’s important to them in a manner that adheres to the highest standards of excellence and integrity, in a timely manner, at fees that our clients are willing and able to pay and that are fair to our firm.
How We Help
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common form of relief for individuals, families, and businesses. Before petitioning the court for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, it is important to understand the benefits and consequences.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 uses the power of the federal court to reorganize debts and set up affordable payments for individuals. Utility disconnections, repossessions, foreclosures, and wage garnishments all have to stop as soon as the case is filed with the court.
Rebuild Your Credit
Our clients get a complete recovery from a financial crisis. We not only get relief from their current situation, we give them the tools they need to actually rebuild their credit and end up in a stronger financial position than before.
Student Loan Debt
I help student loan borrowers when things go wrong. My services fall into two categories: delinquency management or default and collections resolution.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common form of debt relief for individuals, families, and businesses. Before petitioning the court for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, it is important to understand the benefits and consequences, and whether filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the Twin Cities is right for you.
Filing for bankruptcy relief can be an important part of recovering from a financial crisis. It is true that after filing bankruptcy, your credit score will drop. It is also essential to rebuild your credit after filing bankruptcy. Contrary to popular belief, rebuilding your credit score after filing bankruptcy is not impossible, and it doesn’t have to take a long time if you use the right tools.
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