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Minnesota bankruptcy lawyers at Neff Law Firm, P.A., a Minneapolis / St. Paul area, Minnesota law firm provide bankruptcy legal assistance from an experienced Minnesota bankruptcy attorney. Since 1986, Neff Law Firm, P.A., has provided bankruptcy help through a Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer. There is bankruptcy help from a St. Paul bankruptcy lawyer in the greater St. Paul area at the Roseville, Minnesota office or a Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer in the greater Minneapolis area at the Edina, Minnesota office.

Minnesota Bankruptcy Attorney

Meet with a well-respected and experienced Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer from Neff Law Firm, P.A., for a Minnesota bankruptcy appraisal. A Minnesota bankruptcy attorney can evaluate eligibility for Minnesota bankruptcy. These Minnesota bankruptcy attorneys do a Minnesota bankruptcy means test. Discuss with an experienced Minnesota bankruptcy attorney Minnesota debt relief and Minnesota bankruptcy related matters including unfair collection practices, harassing creditors, home foreclosure / bankruptcy, debt resolution / bankruptcy, bill collector harassment / bankruptcy, debt relief / bankruptcy, Minnesota Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Minnesota Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and procedures for filing for bankruptcy in Minnesota . A Minnesota bankruptcy attorney can help evaluate your options for debt relief / bankruptcy.

Minnesota Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Serving the Greater Twin Cities Area

If you are having trouble paying your bills, contact Neff Law Firm, P.A., to talk to a knowledgeable Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer about whether a Minnesota Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Minnesota Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an option for you. With Minnesota offices in Edina and Roseville, we are convenient to the Minneapolis - St. Paul area. Neff Law Firm, P.A., has experienced Minnesota consumer bankruptcy lawyers. With our extensive bankruptcy experience, we represent clients all across Minnesota — and Wisconsin.

How Bankruptcy Can Help

Our Twin Cities personal bankruptcy lawyers and staff are devoted to helping Minnesota clients get back on their feet financially. At your bankruptcy consultation, we will review your income and monthly expenses to determine if you qualify for a Minnesota Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Minnesota Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We will explain what you need to know about Minnesota consumer bankruptcy so you can make the best decision for your situation, and we will answer your bankruptcy questions.

A Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer at the Neff Law Firm, P.A., will discuss your options for resolving debt problems and fighting unfair collection practices, including strategies to:

Minnesota Bankruptcy Alternatives: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy -- Which Is Right for Me?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed for consumers (or small business owners) who cannot repay their debt, even if given a longer repayment period. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often called a liquidation bankruptcy because debtors can discharge many of their debts without any plan for repayment. Chapter 7 bankruptcy offers a fresh start.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows the consumer to reorganize their debts with the goal of paying back some or all of the money owed over a period of time. Fees, fines and interest rates may be reduced greatly to enable the consumer to make smaller payments. In some situations, home mortgages and other secured debt problems may be solved through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan.

Minnesota Bankruptcy Lawyers

The Minnesota bankruptcy lawyers at Neff Law Firm, P.A., understand that money-related problems can have a negative effect on a person's life in many different ways. These Minnesota consumer bankruptcy attorneys at Neff Law Firm, P.A., have more than 50 years of combined experience helping consumers through the process of filing for bankruptcy in Minnesota.

During your initial consultation at our Minneapolis or St. Paul law office, a Minnesota bankruptcy attorney may:

  • Review your financial circumstances and the potential for filing for personal bankruptcy, including any applicable time limitations
  • Discuss your difficulties with debt, including any legal issues related to claims by creditors in a bankruptcy
  • Discuss the option of choosing bankruptcy versus foreclosure negotiations
  • Discuss some possible consequences of bankruptcy, the status of your mortgage after bankruptcy, and auto loans after bankruptcy

Timely Answers to Your Bankruptcy Questions From a Knowledgeable Minneapolis Bankruptcy Lawyer

Neff Law Firm, P.A., and its attorneys and staff are dedicated to representing you through the bankruptcy process and explaining how you may regain control of your finances with bankruptcy. Our Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyers are well aware of how financial pressures can affect a family. We provide bankruptcy legal help to consumers throughout Minnesota who may be experiencing problems with debt repayment, harassing creditors, a harassing collection agency, foreclosure, credit problems, excessive debt, past due payments, a default judgment, burdensome late payments, predatory debt practices and other financial pressures.

Consultation With a Minnesota Bankruptcy Attorney

Contact a Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer at our Edina office or a St. Paul bankruptcy lawyer at the Roseville office of the Neff Law Firm, P.A., to discuss bankruptcy and your options for debt relief by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection. Make a confidential appointment to discuss bankruptcy with an experienced Minnesota bankruptcy attorney at either our Roseville (St. Paul) or Edina (Minneapolis) law office by calling our central scheduling telephone number of (952) 831-6555. We offer flexible appointment times for your convenience.

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