At Schwartz Bankruptcy Law Center, the bankruptcy division of Kruger & Schwartz, helping individuals and families in Kentucky and Indiana face their financial challenges and find resolutions is what we do best. We understand that you’re feeling stressed about the size of your debt obligation and frustrated by your own limited understanding of the law. At our law firm, you’re not just another number — you’re a person in need of a fresh start, and the attorneys at our firm are here to help you get it.
Over 38 years, founding attorney Richard A. Schwartz has helped clients just like you face their financial burdens head-on, helping them evaluate their situations and determine the best course of action. Whether he’s providing guidance on debt relief options or strong advocacy during a bankruptcy filing, you can rest assured that Mr. Schwartz has your best interests in mind and will help you get the fresh start you need and deserve.
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At Schwartz Bankruptcy Law Center, we strive to identify possible solutions that will help you improve your life. We do this first by offering you a free initial consultation. During your scheduled time, you will meet with one of our bankruptcy lawyers to discuss your situation and your options for debt relief. We will then explain how much the process will cost and help you make a decision that is in your best interests.
We know how complicated paperwork for a bankruptcy filing can be, which is why we take the time to make sure you understand all of the information needed to file a successful claim and how to fill out the appropriate forms. With our law firm, you never go through the process of filing for bankruptcy alone. We guide you through the entire process.
Even though the complexity and ever-changing nature of the bankruptcy code warrant the need for strong legal representation, we will never make you feel pressured to obtain our services. We want you to be well-informed about your options and know what needs to be done the right way, the first time around.