Until you take action, your creditors hold all the cards. Let the bankruptcy attorneys at Coons and Crump, LLC put the legal system to work for you.
We are a bankruptcy firm with offices throughout Kansas and the Kansas City Missouri metro. We have four bankruptcy attorneys and a team of staff able to help you get a fresh start. We only handle bankruptcy cases and limit our practice to everyday people in financial trouble. Our areas of practice include chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy.
We understand how overwhelming the idea of bankruptcy can be to most people. We give free consultations so you can meet with a bankruptcy attorney without having to worry about paying just to gather information. One of our bankruptcy lawyers will go over your case with you. We will help you decide what options are best for you. If we think you need to file a bankruptcy then we will go over how to handle things before and after filing a bankruptcy case.
Our lawyers can use the bankruptcy system to stop garnishments, prevent repossessions, stop lawsuits, stop foreclosures, stop collection phone calls, stop collection letters, deal with medical debt, deal with credit card debt, and deal with other lenders that are out of control. We understand how best to use a bankruptcy to benefit you and what pitfalls you need to watch out for when filing a bankruptcy. We will help you plan out your bankruptcy case.
The bankruptcy attorneys in our office have represented over 10,000 people just like you in bankruptcy cases. Many of the bankruptcy cases in our office are filed with no attorney fees down and limited monthly payments. If needed we can get your bankruptcy case on file within a matter of days.
The only thing standing between you and the bankruptcy relief you deserve is contacting our office.
People tend to have a lot of questions about the bankruptcy process. We take pride in not only handling your case with expertise and care, but educating you along the way. Check out our articles about bankruptcy or call today for your no-charge bankruptcy consultation.
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