Taking Fast Action To Protect Your Property
Planning for bankruptcy can provide many benefits. However, that is not always possible. If things have reached a crisis point and you are under the imminent threat of foreclosure, repossession or a collection action, North & Sedgwick Law can help.
The principal of the firm, attorney Paul Camarena can prepare and file an emergency bankruptcy petition on your behalf. This stops all collection actions in their tracks and provides precious time. During time between the filing of your emergency petition and the required hearing with the bankruptcy trustee, Mr. Camarena can develop a debt reduction plan for you. It will be designed to obtain maximum relief from debts and protect as much property as possible.
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Put An Immediate Stop To Foreclosure, Repossession And Garnishment
North & Sedgwick Law files all bankruptcy petitions electronically. That means that the firm can prepare and file your petition during your consultation with Paul Camarena, even during evening and weekend hours. As soon as your petition is transmitted, all debt collection actions stop, including foreclosure, repossession, garnishment and collection lawsuits. Chicago bankruptcy lawyer Paul Camarena will then apply his extensive experience and comprehensive knowledge of the bankruptcy laws to develop the optimal debt relief plan for you.
Efficient And Timely Bankruptcy Representation
Having helped many people in the Chicago area obtain relief from unmanageable debts, Paul Camarena has the experience and financial analysis needed to address even the most complex Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. North & Sedgwick Law will work quickly to protect your assets and reduce or eliminate as many debts as possible.
Contact A Bankruptcy Attorney In Chicago, Illinois
To schedule a free initial consultation about an emergency bankruptcy filing, contact North & Sedgwick Law.
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†The firm is a debt relief agency and helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.