For an individual or business looking at the possibility of filing for bankruptcy, it can feel like a scary and overwhelming process. At Lodestone Legal Group, we help guide clients though the bankruptcy process and help clients to prepare and file the bankruptcy petition. We then continue to provide guidance to clients up through the entire process until a discharge is received. We take the time to understand our client’s unique situation, to explain the entire process to the client, and advise the client on how to get the relief needed and how-to get the maximum results from bankruptcy.
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