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By: bydawn
Todd C Esser & Associates
Todd and his staff made the filling of my Bankruptcy easy to understand. He is very trust worthy and I recommend him VERY highly to all my friends and family when they ask if I know anyone that can help them get though a hard time. Our family which included my taking care of my 90 year old Mother would have lost everything after my husband lost his job. Todd helped us with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy that allowed us to pay off our debt and keep our home. Todd is a stand up guy with a staff that really cares about our family and the crisis that we faced. His office is like having a lawyer in the family because of how hard they all worked for us.
By: aladyinmilwaukee
Lombardo Law Office
I was recommended by my best friend and her husband after they filed with Lombardo Law Offices. Attorney Lombardo is very professional and explained everything in detail. I decided to do a chapter 7 after all my options were presented. I would definitely recommend him to anyone who wants an honest attorney that has your best interest in mind.
By: Robert D.
Lombardo Law Office
Attorney Lombardo and his office staff makes you feel very comfortable. Filing Bankruptcy was a tough step to take but after meeting with the Attorney I felt much at ease.
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By: Sherrie K.
Lombardo Law Office
Adam Lombardo went threw everything in detail so I knew what to expect all the way. I would recommend him to anyone thinking about filling bankruptcy.
By: Robert D.
Lombardo Law Office
Attorney Lombardo and his office staff make you feel comfortable while your there. I recommend him and his staff to anyone who files bankruptcy.
Tips & Advices
It is prudent, even after all outcomes have been adjudicated, that clients follow-up with their attorneys to ensure the specifics are known, conditions are met and the client is on the right path toward resolving debts.
A common result of bankruptcy filing is a payment plan that is created to eventually discharge the debts that brought you to court in the first place. You should have a conversation with your attorney on exactly what debts you may have discharged, or otherwise reorganized.
There are requirements for appearing at different points in the case. For instance, you will need to be present for the meeting with creditors. If the proceeding become litigious, your appearance may be required. However, filers are not often required to appear in court for every step.
You will need a large amount of documentation, including those that establish your: income, dependents, marital status and work status; previous tax filings; and debts (mortgage, student loans, car loan).
Searching online for a bankruptcy attorney will often turn up results for attorneys in your area. Also ask attorneys you know if they have any to recommend.

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