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Life doesn’t have to be burdened by financial debt.
Get a fresh start on life and lift the debt burden off your shoulders.
Bankruptcy Law Office of Richard A. Check, S.C., was started in 1998 to provide Bankruptcy Law Protection to Wisconsin residents. Our bankruptcy attorneys take the time to learn about your specific situation and can tell you how the law may help you in a FREE BANKRUPTCY CONSULTATION.
Filing for bankruptcy can feel like the end of the world. You may feel very discouraged knowing that life circumstances have made it so that you cannot meet your financial obligations. But, instead of viewing bankruptcy as a bad thing, you may want to start viewing it as a new lease on life. By filing for West Bend bankruptcy, you have a chance to take care of your debt in a manageable way and to start rebuilding your credit. There are several types of bankruptcy. The most common types are Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11.
While bankruptcy has many distinct advantages for people struggling with financial debt, there are alternatives to filing bankruptcy worth consideration. Every situation is unique and the details and nuances that make your situation unique may determine what options you have. This is why we offer a FREE CONSULTATION with a bankruptcy lawyer, so you can make an informed decision.
Bankruptcy Law Office Of Richard A. Check, S.C., Was Started In 1998 To Provide Bankruptcy Law Protection To Wisconsin Residents. Our Bankruptcy Attorneys Take The Time To Learn About Your Specific Situation And Can Tell You How The Law May Help You In A FREE BANKRUPTCY CONSULTATION.
Located Throughout Wisconsin, Our Bankruptcy Attorneys Can Meet With You At Any Of The Nine Area Offices:
Attorney Steven A. Eichstaedt joined the Bankruptcy Law Office of Richard A. Check in 2007. Attorney Eichstaedt has successfully completed well over 1,000 bankruptcies throughout his years as a Bankruptcy Attorney.
Attorney Samuel Check (“Sam”) attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the Lubar School of Business. He received his J.D. from Marquette University Law School and was admitted to the State Bar of Wisconsin in 2018. Sam is admitted to the U.S. District Court, both the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, as well as the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin.