Johnson County Bankruptcy Lawyer
Exploring Your Options for Debt Relief
Are your debt problems putting the financial stability of you and your family at risk? If so, you are not alone. Overwhelming debt is an issue that individuals across the nation are struggling with, especially after the difficult economic times our nation has faced in recent years.
Simply losing a job, getting a divorce or battling a serious illness is enough to put a person into a cycle of debt he or she simply cannot get out of. When you fail to employ the appropriate debt solutions, you could end up suffering from foreclosure, wage garnishment, creditor lawsuits or other damaging consequences.
At Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC, we help debtors use bankruptcy and other debt relief solutions so they can stop or prevent these harmful actions from occurring. Our knowledgeable Johnson County bankruptcy attorneys help debtors determine whether they qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as well as whether these options are in their best interests.
With our help, many individuals are able to successfully complete the bankruptcy process and subsequently get much of their debt discharged.
Offering Personalized Legal Guidance
As a local bankruptcy law firm, we are dedicated to providing each client with the personalized attention he or she deserves. We have been accredited and highly rated by the Better Business Bureau (BBB), which indicates the high level of professionalism and good-faith practices we use when working with our clients.
Our lawyers, Attorneys Michael Jackson and Dana Oglesby, are members of the National Association Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA). Individuals who turn to our firm get to benefit from our competitive fees, affordable payment plans and flexible hours. Our legal team also offers free bankruptcy evaluations.
At Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC, we want our clients to have access to the information they need to make informed decisions about their financial futures. For this reasons, we use our website's Bankruptcy 101 page to provide general information about topics related to debt and bankruptcy.
Contact our office so we can help you choose the debt relief solution that best suits your circumstances!
About Johnson County, Indiana
Located in the state of Indiana, Johnson County had an estimated population of 143,191 in 2012. According to government data reflecting 2007 through 2011, the median household income for Johnson County is $62,754, and the average income (or per capita money income) is $28,694. About 8.5% of the county's residents are living below the poverty level. Johnson County covers an area of more than 320 square miles.
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