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Topeka Kansas Bankruptcy Firm

topeka chapter 7 lawyer

Larry E. Schneider Law Offices


112 SW 6th Ave.
Suite 501
Topeka, KS 66603

Phone: 785-233-6704
Fax: 785-232-3944

Counties Served:

Shawnee, KS

Areas of Practice:
Bankruptcy

Larry E. Schneider has been practicing bankruptcy law in the Topeka area for over 30 years. He has had experience representing both individual and small business clients, guiding them through chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 for individuals

Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing will cancel your debts in exchange for liquidating most of your assets. Needless to say this is not an option that should be explored lightly. Get advice from an attorney with over 30 years of experience in the industry when you schedule an appointment today.

 

http://www.schneiderlaw.biz

 

 

Larry E. Schneider will help you to consider all of the options available to you when you have your one on one consultation.

 

Attorney Larry E. Schneider located in Topeka, Kansas handles bankruptcy cases in the Shawnee County area. If you or a loved one has considered filing for bankruptcy you need an experienced lawyer on your side. Larry E. Schneider has the knowledge and experience to help you through the legal process. Simply fill out the form to the right or call (785) 233-6704 today.

 


Creditors are subject to state law provisions incorporated into bankruptcy cases. If a bankruptcy court lifts the automatic stay and permits a specific creditor to seize and liquidate property subject to a lien, creditors must obey all state law limitations on collection practices. For more information, see legal assistance for debtors. Also, all statutory provisions depend on conformity with the prohibition against fraudulent conversions creating exempt property.