If you are reading this, chances are you are like many of the estimated 2.5 million Americans who consider seeking bankruptcy protection annually to turn the tide against credit card bills, back taxes or medical expenses. You know that you cannot continue to struggle financially, but are unsure how to go about getting the help you need and deserve.
We are a local firm that guides people in Illinois through the bankruptcy process and helps them take back control of their financial futures. Our offices are in downtown Joliet, on the corner of Jefferson Street and Ottawa Street. We represent people throughout Cook and Will counties, including in Lemont, Plainfield and Romeoville. Because our Illinois attorneys practice only in the area of bankruptcy law, each of our clients gets the full benefit of our extensive legal knowledge, experience and commitment to helping people obtain lasting debt relief.
Choose Local, Plainfield Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer
When you meet with us, we will begin a careful review of your finances, both your debts and resources, to determine whether you are a good candidate for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. While not every person who seeks our help is able to obtain relief through the bankruptcy process, we will make every effort to identify some way to help you.
You might have questions about the foreclosure process, or about whether bankruptcy will result in repossession of important assets. Whatever your concerns are, we will address them without legalese, giving you a clear path forward to the financial future you were meant to have.
Contact Our Firm Today
Plant the seed today for a fresh start tomorrow by scheduling a free consultation with David P. Lloyd, Ltd., online or by calling 708-937-1264. You will work directly with a Lemont bankruptcy lawyer who knows bankruptcy and how it can unearth new potential.
There is no need to hesitate in getting information that addresses your unique needs. We look forward to hearing from you.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.