Will Bankruptcy Give You A Second Chance?
Get a second chance through bankruptcy! Find a solution for your debt. Take control of your life and get it back. Call us at 502-495-3027 right now. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff have helped hundreds of debtors just like you. YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!
The United States Bankruptcy Code was created by Congress for the benefit of people just like you. It grants all individuals the opportunity for a second chance, one of the most American of opportunities. Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code is designed to eradicate all or most debt. Chapter 13 is an option some people prefer, under which your debt may be reduced and you get to keep your property.
You can emerge from either type of bankruptcy financially sound and in a position to rebuild credit that may have been damaged by debts you could not service. This is a second chance for you, and once the Mike Levy Law Office is on your side, we stop all or most collection efforts, including those repeated nasty calls from collection agents. Don’t suffer needlessly, CALL NOW!
Our fees are reasonable, our solutions valuable. The law is on your side. Let us help you take advantage of it.
About Michael Levy
Bankruptcy Attorney Michael Levy was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. His bankruptcy practice spans both Indiana and Kentucky, from Bowling Green, Kentucky to New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Clarksville, and Southern Indiana.
Mike has been helping people out of difficult situations since 1984. Mike understands about second chances and one of the things he most enjoys about the bankruptcy business is helping people get back in control of their financial situation. It is important that people understand that Mike’s goal is not simply to eradicate debt that has become too big to service, but to get people back in control of their lives and in a position to pursue the American Dream. Mike would love to have the opportunity to help you get out from under the crippling debt you may find yourself in, and would love to help give you what all Americans, from time to time, need and deserve: a second chance.
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