Wisconsin Bankruptcy Law Firm

BANKRUPTCY. This is one of the most important and troubling issues our clients face.  Don’t go it alone.  Our dedicated attorneys will take the time to walk through your problems with you and help you in deciding whether to and when to file for bankruptcy.  Your first consultation with our experienced attorneys is always free.  At Dahlberg Law Group, we are proud to have the best Wisconsin bankruptcy attorney who is committed to helping you.

If you are in need of financial relief, bankruptcy may be the best option for you. Filing for bankruptcy gives you a fresh start by handling your debt. Whether you are filing for yourself or your business, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to get you out of debt.

Filing for bankruptcy can enable you to keep your assets and eliminate crippling debt. In order to regain your financial autonomy, file for bankruptcy with bankruptcy law firm Dahlberg Law Group, LLC. Our team has over 20 years of experience with Wisconsin bankruptcy and will ensure you are put on the best path to financial recovery.

Contact Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney Steven A. Eichstaedt

Bankruptcy attorney Steven Eichstaedt has helped thousands of clients in the Southeastern Wisconsin area receive the bankruptcy protection they deserve. With 15 years of experience as a bankruptcy attorney, Steve has the experience and knowledge to answer your questions and provide you with the best legal counsel for your situation. From Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 to all the other financial solutions available to help a client, Steve will take the time needed to help you decide what is best for you.

Call (262) 677-8999 to begin a free case evaluation with one of our Wisconsin attorneys.

Bankruptcy Law Firm Locations & The Areas We Serve

At Dahlberg Law Group, we are proud to provide Eastern Wisconsin with exceptional bankruptcy services. We serve a number of counties in the Eastern Wisconsin area from Waupaca County to Milwaukee County. See a full list of the counties we serve below. Connect with our bankruptcy attorney today to set up a consultation and begin your resolution in the Greater Milwaukee area and throughout all of Eastern Wisconsin.

Counties We Serve

  • Washington County
  • Ozaukee County
  • Brown County
  • Calumet County
  • Waupaca County

  • Dodge County
  • Fond du Lac County
  • Green Lake County Manitowoc County
  • Winnebago County
  • Waukesha County
  • Milwaukee County
  • Outagamie County Sheboygan County

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  • Fond du Lac
  • Germantown
  • Grafton
  • Hartford
  • Menomonee Falls
  • Milwaukee
  • Slinger
  • Waukesha
  • Waupun
  • Beaver Dam
  • Juneau
  • Mayville
  • Mequon
  • Port Washington
  • Saukville
  • Fredonia
  • North Fond du Lac
  • Brown Deer
  • Whitefish Bay
  • West Allis
  • Sussex
  • New Berlin
  • Muskego
  • Mukwonago
  • Franklin
  • Oak Creek
  • South Milwaukee
  • Greenfield
 

Dahlberg Law group was very responsive and professional.   We were going through a tough time and Phil was extremely good at keeping us up to date.  We felt like our questions were always answered and we were extremely pleased at the way Phil navigated through our case. I would highly recommend the Dahlberg Law Group.

Types of Bankruptcy

There are two common types of bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Your situation will dictate which type of bankruptcy you file for. The attorneys at our bankruptcy law firm will help you choose which type of bankruptcy will provide you with the best financial outcome.

Learn more about filing for Chapter 7

Most people file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy due to the loss of a family member or job, divorce, serious illnesses, and even rising interest rates. By filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can receive a fresh financial start and begin rebuilding your credit.

You will likely need to take a means test to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Generally, you can file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if your monthly income is less than Wisconsin’s mean monthly income for houses of similar sizes.

By filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you can keep almost all of your assets with some exceptions. There are exceptions for homesteads and other types of property, but those will depend on the property’s value.

At our bankruptcy law firm, our attorneys will work to get as much of your debt forgiven to give you the fresh start you deserve. Once we present our petition to the judge and they approve it, creditors will no longer be able to contact you. However, not all types of debt can be forgiven with Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

What debts can be forgiven?

Several types of debt can be forgiven by filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Debt from medical bills, credit cards, payday loans, back rent, past due utilities, auto accidents and money owed on repossessed vehicles are a few types of debt that can be discharged.

What debts are not forgiven?

When considering filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it is necessary to understand that some forms of debt cannot be discharged. Debt from unpaid child support, certain income and business taxes, alimony, property divisions due to divorce and fines from the government are a few debts that may not be forgiven. Most student loans, forfeitures or restitution and liabilities from drunk driving are also not discharged through filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Learn more about filing for Chapter 13

If you do not meet the qualifications to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, then filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may be the best option for you. Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy means that your debt will be reorganized into a payment plan you submit to the court.

Under Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, you submit a payment plan for a portion of your debt to be approved by the court. The payment plan typically falls between the three to five-year period. After that, your debt is discharged.

Once the court approves your repayment plan, creditors will no longer be able to contact you. A trustee may also be appointed to disperse your planned payments. Creditors can object to the proposed plan, but once a judge approves it, there is little they can do to alter the plan.

The benefits of filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy are that you can include debt from car payments, loans and even appliances. This way, it will be easier to avoid foreclosure and the repossession of your assets.

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