Naming the Cause of Your Debt Problems

In this economy, job loss has become much more prevalent, coupled with people losing their health insurance. These two factors can lead to enormous debt, and can often leave people feeling helpless, stressed and overwhelmed.

What many do not realize is that there are legal options available to them that can dramatically help their situation. At the Bankruptcy Law Office of Jonathan Brown, we are ready to help you.

Give us a call today to set up a no-cost consultation about your particular situation. With offices in Noblesville and Greenwood, we serve clients in the Indianapolis area and throughout Central Indiana.

What Caused Your Need for Debt Relief?

We know that medical costs are on the rise and employers have been cutting benefits. Often, people incur huge amounts of medical debt because their insurance coverage does not cover all their costs. Also, when people are laid off, COBRA coverage is extremely expensive.

Our attorneys are here to help you explore if bankruptcy is right for you and see if you qualify for this form of debt relief. Under the means test found in the Bankruptcy Code, we can see if you qualify for:

  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 13
  • Foreclosure prevention

We can also prevent creditor harassment when you file for bankruptcy. We will be by your side through every step of the process, explaining what is happening and answering your questions. We are here to ensure that there is no more additional anxiety in your life and that you are working your way toward a fresh financial start.

Contact Us

When you file for bankruptcy, you can help eliminate medical bills debt and other debt resulting from a job loss. Whether you have questions about the process or you want to take immediate action, we can help. With offices in Greenwood and Noblesville, we help clients across Indiana. Call 317-565-4829 to reach Noblesville or 317-565-1364 to reach the Greenwood office or contact us online today for a free initial consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.