Considering Filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?
Lamey Law Firm P.A., our legal team has
handled thousands of bankruptcy cases, including the most challenging, such as Chapter 11 bankruptcies. This
type of debt relief is sought by companies and high-net worth individuals
who are experiencing financial trouble, and allows them to repay their
debt over time. Our Oakdale bankruptcy attorneys can help you come up
with a feasible repayment plan that will help you set your finances in
order. These kinds of cases can be complex and lengthy, but we can remain
at your side until your matter is settled in a favorable and effective
manner. Your success and long-term goals are just as important to us as
they are to you.
are available to all our potential clients.
Schedule yours by calling (651) 309-8180.
Personalized Legal Services for Businesses
more than 20 years of experience to our name, we are the kind of bankruptcy law firm you can turn to with
confidence in Minnesota. We will do everything possible to help your business
get out of debt and to minimize its impact on your personal life. If you
are the owner of a smaller business, we can also help you seek disincorporation
as a debt relief strategy.
Should you retain our legal services, you may also benefit from the following:
- Personalized legal services tailored with your needs in mind
- Passionate protection of your rights, inside and outside of court
- A close and direct relationship with your attorney
- Cost-effective and prompt debt relief solutions
Discuss your needs with our Oakdale bankruptcy attorneys!
We understand that you may wish to discuss your legal needs and options
before moving forward with our services. We are ready to share our well-versed
knowledge and insight regarding this area of the law. During your free
consultation, we will explain to you what you can do to resolve your debt.
This consultation is completely free and you are not obligated to retain us.
If you are ready to take the first step towards debt relief,
call our office
to learn more about filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.