Mack and Associates is a Kansas bankruptcy law firm helping families get out of debt in Topeka, in Kansas City, KS and in their surrounding areas.
If you found our website then you are probably facing some of the most difficult financial decisions of your life. You’re probably frustrated by harassment from creditors and a sense of being overwhelmed by debt. You probably have questions about how to protect your family, your house, and your retirement. You have probably thought about bankruptcy, but you are not sure it is right for you.
Bankruptcy provides powerful and immediate legal protection. It has the ability to discharge your responsibility to pay most types of debts while protecting some of your most valuable assets. This is particularly true in Kansas where we are able to invoke Kansas-specific protections such as the unlimited homestead exemption, as well as exemptions for vehicles, retirement and more. However, bankruptcy is also a process filled with pitfalls for those who file without understanding how it will affect them.
Bankruptcy law is complicated and intimidating. We pride ourselves with helping our clients find peace of mind as we guide them through bankruptcy the process. If you choose to work with us, a bankruptcy attorney will take the time to explain one-on-one the bankruptcy process. We’ll help you determine if it is right for you or if another financial solution would be more appropriate. We understand that bankruptcy is something all of our clients want to avoid, but we also know that sometimes the fresh start it provides is the best option available. As bankruptcy lawyers, we’re advocates for our clients. We put the best interest of our clients first, even when that means helping a client find other financial solutions.
Choosing whether or not to file is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. You owe it to yourself to sit down with one of our attorneys for a free consultation to help determine if bankruptcy is the right path for you.
Please note that we are a Debt Relief Agency pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 101(12A).