What is bankruptcy?

File bankruptcy in Missouri.

Do you need to file bankruptcy in Missouri?  If so, I can help.  My name is Sean C. Paul, Attorney at Law.  I can help you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy relief.  Chapter 7 is what some people call a “full bankruptcy” and allows you to receive a discharge of debts without making payments on unsecured debt. Chapter 13 is a reorganization for people who have assets or income above a certain limit.

Generally, if you are struggling with debts, you may be able to file bankruptcy in Missouri and alleviate some of those problems.  A bankruptcy filing can stop lawsuits and wage garnishments.  You can also stop foreclosure and repossession.

Do I need a bankruptcy lawyer?

If you are going to file bankruptcy in Missouri, then the answer is YES!  Both Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy are complicated areas of the law.  You should not try to file yourself.  You should hire an attorney to protect your rights.

Where do I file bankruptcy in Missouri?

No matter where you file, bankruptcy is a Federal proceeding.  Bankruptcy cases are filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts.  Bankruptcy judges oversee the process.  Attorneys called trustees are assigned to protect the interests of your creditors.   The Federal Courthouse for cases filed in St. Louis is downtown.

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