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Lawrence Office

840 Connecticut
Suite D
Lawrence, KS 66044
785-856-8720

Topeka Office

534 S Kansas Ave. (Topeka Tower)
Suite 305 (3rd Floor)
Topeka, KS 66603
785-783-2360

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10821 W 87th Street
Suite 300
Overland Park, KS 66214
913-353-4044

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Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney

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Why Should You Hire A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney?

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney can help you file a bankruptcy to stop creditor phone calls, letters and other collection actions against you. After filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy creditors must stop any actions against you to collect on outstanding debts. This is what we call an Automatic Stay. Automatic stay can effectively put a…

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How Foreclosure May Be Avoided With Bankruptcy

Foreclosure on your home is a traumatic event that, unfortunately, many Americans are faced with every day. The loss of a reliable source of income or some other cause of financial hardship can render a person incapable of saving their property when the mortgage is in serious arrears. For many, bankruptcy often provides a way…

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How Do Bankruptcy Attorneys Help When You File Chapter 13?

Bankruptcy attorneys guide clients through the process of a bankruptcy procedure, communicating with the court, offering expert advice and answering your questions. There are two main types of bankruptcy used by most consumers, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 is often referred to as a “Fresh Start” bankruptcy, in which many, if not all,…

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Explains Effect On Credit

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney helps consumers find solutions to manage their debts. In many cases, consumers can keep their property while having some debts discharged. Some people may be reluctant to file bankruptcy due to concerns about the effect that filing Chapter 13 will have on their credit rating.   There is no question…

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Bankruptcy Protection – How It Can Help You

  Bankruptcy protection is given when an individual or business files a federal bankruptcy case. Laws governing bankruptcy in the United States are referred to as the Bankruptcy Code. The laws were created to assist debtors who are struggling financially to deal with the debt owed to creditors. In some cases, the debts are wiped out.…

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What A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Can Do For You

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney can provide guidance and support to their clients in helping them through a bankruptcy proceeding. Many middle and working class families have been helped through filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, achieving debt relief while saving their home and their vehicles. For many people, it is a great way to get out…

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Foreclosure Can Be Avoided Through Bankruptcy

Foreclosure on a home mortgage in Kansas can be stopped through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in most cases. Chapter 13 allows you to make up past due payments through a restructuring plan. It is also possible in some cases to remove second mortgages.  In many Chapter 13 bankruptcies mortgage lenders are paid directly by the…

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Debt Settlement Plan vs Filing Bankruptcy

The term Debt Settlement refers to when a creditor accepts less than a debtor owes on a principal balance. With this type of program, debtors make monthly payments into an escrow account over time. The settlement company’s fee is taken off the top of funds paid into the account. Debt settlement may be limited to…

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Bankruptcy Protection Is Possible With Coons & Crump Law Firm

Bankruptcy protection offers debt relief for residents of Kansas who are experiencing financial difficulties. It is a way to take control and reduce or possibly eliminate a heavy debt load.  The bankruptcy system is designed to help honest people who have fallen on hard times get a fresh start. In most cases, once a debtor…