Minnesota Bankruptcy

Every day, honest, hard working people in the Twin Cities, the Duluth area and throughout Minnesota find themselves in a position where they cannot meet their financial obligations. This difficult situation often leaves people with many questions and no clear idea of where to turn for help or to get the answers they need.

At Nicolet Law Office, we are dedicated to helping those in debt improve their situation and get on solid financial footing. When you work with us, we help you explore all of your debt relief options, including bankruptcy. When you hire us, we can:

If you find yourself in this situation, there is one thing you need to know: Affordable help and the answers you deserve are just a phone call or email away.

Bankruptcy Is Not A Bad Thing - It Is A Tool To Help You Get A Fresh Start

For many years, people have talked about bankruptcy like it is a terrible thing. Those who talk about bankruptcy in this way often have one thing in common - they don't know what bankruptcy actually is or why the program exists. The reality is that bankruptcy is a program the government created to offer those who fall into financial hardship, often through no fault of their own, a way to get a fresh start.

While it is true that there are a few consequences of bankruptcy, primarily that it can be harder to obtain credit, the benefits and relief offered by bankruptcy far outweigh those consequences.

Best of all? The consequences of filing for bankruptcy are not permanent, and as long as you continue to make financially responsible decisions, you can eventually reach a point where it will be as though you never filed for bankruptcy at all.

Take Action Now And Set Yourself On The Path To Financial Freedom

Large medical or credit card bills, repossessions, foreclosures, and harassment about your debts will not go away without you taking appropriate action. Contact us today so we can help get you started on the path to financial freedom.

We offer free initial consultations, payment plans, and flat-fee bankruptcies.