DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC
Bankruptcy & Consumer Protection Law Firm – It Means We Fight For The “Little Guy”
Solving problems, it’s what we do. In fact, most of our clients do not know what kind of legal assistance they need when they call us; they just know they need help. Whether you are drowning in debt, your home is in foreclosure or you have a creditor relentlessly harassing you, we have the experience, skill and creativity to find the best resolution for you. We can also help with issues that arise under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, including errors on your credit report. Helping consumers turn around their finances is what we thrive on.
Giving you the spark of hope
What you see as a hopeless situation may actually be used as a stepping stone for getting your financial life back on track. We have had great success in helping consumers fight back and demand that their rights be respected. We firmly believe that the law can be used as a shield to protect you, but also as a sword when creditors are trying to take advantage of you. A few areas we can help you with include:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- Collection disputes
- Consumer fraud
- Credit report disputes
- Creditor harassment
- Debt negotiation
- Foreclosure defense
- Loan modifications
- Student loan collection issues
The minute you enter our law firm you will understand that we are different. You can feel it in the atmosphere, see it in our faces and believe it in the results we achieve.
Schedule your initial consultation with knowledgeable attorneys today
The attorneys and staff at DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC are prepared to help you obtain a fresh financial start. We are proud to serve all of Wisconsin, including the areas surrounding Milwaukee, Green Bay and Madison.. Contact us at 414-377-0518 to schedule your confidential consultation.
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