The Bankruptcy Process
For more than a decade, Helbing Law Office, LLC, has been helping clients throughout the Calumet County and Green Bay areas, including Appleton, manage the bankruptcy process. With our help, these clients have survived the ups and downs of the bankruptcy process and successfully gained the financial independence they have long sought from their creditors.
Whether it is ensuring creditors respect the automatic stay that temporarily prevents them from calling you anymore or ensuring creditors respect the discharge order that permanently prevents them from collecting against you, our firm understands how the process works. This knowledge includes an understanding of how the bankruptcy judges and trustees in our locality view the law and handle different types of cases.
Experience Matters In Bankruptcy Issues
Experience means we possess the judgment clients need to make intelligent choices from among the many options available to them as they go about organizing their financial lives. During the bankruptcy process, these choices involve a wide variety of considerations, including:
- When to file
- Which type of bankruptcy to file
- How to gather and organize the paperwork
- Managing the creditors’ hearing
- Responding to inquiries from the bankruptcy trustee
- Valuing and protecting assets
These are only a few of the parts of the bankruptcy process we have handled for our clients. Because they know we stand with them in their bankruptcy, our clients gain the confidence they need to move forward confidently through what could have been a burdensome bankruptcy process.
We Can Help You With The Bankruptcy Process In Wisconsin
Attorney Timothy J. Helbing holds the seasoned legal experience you need if you are considering bankruptcy. Get the benefit of his judgment by scheduling an initial consultation: 920-659-5606. You can also schedule an appointment online. Our firm maintains strict confidentiality with respect to all client consultations.
We are debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.