Bankruptcy Attorneys in Springfield, MO
Filing for chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy is a serious decision that many people face. You may feel overwhelmed or uncertain about filing for bankruptcy. You may be worried about how it will affect your financial future. With Reynolds & Gold Law, you don’t have to go through this process alone. Our experienced bankruptcy attorneys will be there to assist you.
Cost of Filing For Bankruptcy
We are proud to file for qualifying clients, your Chapter 7 bankruptcy for as little as $600 plus a filing fee of $335. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be filed for as little as $600 plus a filing fee of $310. Each client and their circumstances are unique and we will do what we can to work with you to make sure post-petition fees are affordable.
Our bankruptcy lawyers have helped thousands of individuals file bankruptcy. Our expertise will take the stress out of your situation, helping you focus on your future. We specialize in two types of bankruptcies: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
Serving Southwest Missouri
Our bankruptcy lawyers serve clients in Springfield, Nixa, Ozark, Republic, Willard, Aurora and more. We’re proud to bring our extensive experience to those facing the prospect of filing for bankruptcy throughout Southwest Missouri.
Experienced Bankruptcy Attorneys
Our bankruptcy lawyers are ready to guide you through the process of filing for bankruptcy. At Reynolds & Gold Law, we have 30 years of experience practicing bankruptcy law. Attorneys Ken Reynolds and Jon Gold have assisted more than 5,000 clients file for bankruptcy and cancel their debt. We can help you find a solution to your debt problems.
Combined Years of Experience
Meet Our Attorneys
Ken Reynolds has represented debtors and creditors in bankruptcy cases throughout Southwest Missouri for over 30 years.
Jon Gold has practiced law as a bankruptcy attorney in Springfield, MO since 1990.
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