Your Minneapolis, St. Paul & Greater Minnesota Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
If you are facing foreclosure, have lost your job, feel overwhelmed with numerous medical bills, or going through a divorce – we can help. For 50 years, Milavetz, Gallop & Milavetz has been providing bankruptcy advice to clients from our offices in Minnesota. Our services include:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing
- Chapter 13 conversion to Chapter 7
- Emergency filings
- Foreclosure prevention
- Obtaining Social Security disability
- And more…
Milavetz, Gallop & Milavetz’s attorneys will honestly counsel you on the different forms of bankruptcy to determine which is best for you. We will also advise you on what old debts you may wish to repay and what new debts you may wish to incur.
What Is Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is an important legal proceeding provided for in the United States Constitution, which allows the bankrupt to reorganize and discharge debts. It is designed to provide relief and protection to the debtor, and to fairly distribute the debtor’s assets amongst their creditors. For additional information about Bankruptcy, please visit our Bankruptcy Resource Links page.
How Will Bankruptcy Help Me?
Filing for Bankruptcy immediately stops most of your creditors from collecting their debts, as well as allowing you to protect your home, wages, cars, retirement, and your family. Bankruptcy can also stop harassing creditor calls, repossessions, lawsuits, foreclosures and garnishments.
Why Do I Need An Attorney?
Although you may file bankruptcy without an attorney, you should be aware that bankruptcy is a complicated process. You may lose your property and other rights if you do not know the law. If you start a bankruptcy case which is not completed, your discharge may be denied, and you may be barred from filing for several years.
What to expect when working with Milavetz, Gallop & Milavetz for Bankruptcy:
When you call our office and schedule an appointment, you will meet with one of our experienced attorneys to discuss your bankruptcy options.
Next, our attorneys will guide you through the process of filing for bankruptcy, which involves:
- Free initial consultation to discuss options
- Completion of bankruptcy paperwork
- Online credit counseling
- Filing bankruptcy with the court
- Online debtor education course
- 341 meeting
Why choose Milavetz. Gallop & Milavetz for Bankruptcy:
- Full-Time Attorneys Specializing in Bankruptcy
- Practicing Bankruptcy Law since 1963.
- Milavtz, Gallop & Millavetz went to the United States Supreme Court to fight for your bankruptcy rights
- 1,000+ Bankruptcy Clients Served
Contact us today to speak to one our exceptionaly qualified attorneys to discuss if filing for bankruptcy is the right option for you.