Does your paycheck run out before your bills do?
Are money problems keeping you up at night? Do you owe more than you are able to pay? Are collectors calling you at home and work? Are utility companies threatening you with disconnection? Have you lost your driver’s license because of an unpaid auto accident judgment?
The Milwaukee Bankruptcy Center can help. Call today and sleep well tonight!
The Milwaukee Bankruptcy Center
The Milwaukee Bankruptcy Center is Attorney Peter Zwiefelhofer. Zwiefelhofer is a mouthful, so his clients call him Pete and you can too.
Pete will handle your case from start to finish. You will not be passed off to a junior associate or paralegal. If you call his office, you will talk to Pete.
Pete has been representing people like you in bankruptcy for more than 20 years. Pete is also a Certified Public Accountant, so he understands financial and tax matters.
Pete is friendly, sympathetic, approachable and understanding. Many people are intimidated by lawyers. There is no reason to feel this way about Pete. Pete is good at explaining legal concepts in an easily understood manner.
Before you hire Pete, he will take the time to listen to you to learn about your situation. He will explain the pros and cons of bankruptcy in your circumstances. If Pete doesn’t think bankruptcy is the best option for you, he will say so. And Pete will explain alternatives to bankruptcy. This is all done in an initial, no obligation consultation.
What Is Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which a person who cannot pay his or her bills can get a fresh financial start. The right to file for bankruptcy is provided for in the United States Constitution.
Filing bankruptcy immediately stops your creditors from taking action against you to collect debt. A bankruptcy filing stops wage garnishments, lawsuits, utility disconnections, repossessions, foreclosures, creditor harassment, telephone calls & letters.
This website does not create an attorney-client relationship. The information on this website does not constitute legal advice. You are urged to obtain the advice of an experienced bankruptcy attorney regarding your personal situation.