About Bankruptcy Solo, LLC
Thank you for considering Bankruptcy Solo, LLC, serving St. Charles and St. Louis, MO. I limit my practice specifically to bankruptcy. By focusing on one area of law, I believe I can best serve my clients and address the many sensitive issues they are facing. Intense focus on bankruptcy allows me to know the most recent laws. Firms that practice in many areas can have lawyers that are very overwhelmed. I am focused and devoted to the bankruptcy client’s needs.
"I am focused and devoted to the bankruptcy client's needs."
I want my clients to feel as comfortable as possible in such a stressful time. As a bankruptcy client in a small firm each client receives respectful, prompt, and individualized attention. You will not be competing with different types of clients or a high volume of clients. I purposefully limit the number of cases. I do not do volume business. I work with each case, getting to know each client as a person. The goal of Bankruptcy Solo, LLC is to provide quality legal services in a comfortable and caring environment.
Come visit with me for a free bankruptcy consultation. Note, most attorneys limit their consultation to 30 minutes. I will take as much time as needed to understand your needs. Before you come in please look over the website and complete the bankruptcy client questionnaire under the client resources tab so that we can more effectively discuss your case.
"...each client receives respectful, prompt, and individualized attention."
Do Your Homework Before Choosing an Attorney
Bankruptcy is a specialized and complex area of the law. Attorneys who do not regularly practice bankruptcy law may not foresee all of the potential pitfalls surrounding your case. This can result in your case getting dismissed, being forced to attend more hearings, or even losing your properties and assets.
"Attorneys who do not regularly practice bankruptcy law may not foresee all of the potential pitfalls surrounding your case. "
When choosing a bankruptcy attorney, make sure to look for one who specializes in or devotes a significant portion of his or her practice to bankruptcy. For example, it is usually not a good idea to have your family or estate planning attorney handle your bankruptcy unless it is an area he or she normally practices.
How Bankruptcy Solo, LLC is Different
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy allows individuals or businesses (debtors) who owe others (creditors) more money than they're able to pay to either work out a plan to repay the money over time or completely eliminate (discharge) most of the bills.
Do I qualify for bankruptcy?
With few exceptions, any person or business owing money to a creditor can file a bankruptcy petition.
What do I need to begin the bankruptcy process?
Compile a list of past and present debts as well as a schedule, or list, or assets and liabilities. You'll also need a statement of financial affairs to file with the bankruptcy court in addition to your filing fee.
Do you have to have a certain amount of debt to file?
No. However, some situations may not warrant filing for bankruptcy. If your financial situation is temporary, you may consider making arrangements with individual creditors for a change in payment amounts or a reduction in the total amount due. If you have little property or money, filing bankruptcy may not be necessary, as the creditor may not be able to collect the debt.
1811 Sherman Drive
St. Charles, MO 63303