St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney Frank Ledbetter Discusses Chapter 7, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
& Initial consultations? More info. call bankruptcy lawyer Frank Ledbetter- (314) 669-4529. Hi, I’m St. Louis bankruptcy attorney Frank
Ledbetter. I’ve been a St. Louis bankruptcy lawyer since 2003. Calling to schedule a no-cost, no-commitment
initial consultation is the first step toward obtaining debt relief. Ledbetter Law Firm,
LLC offers initial consultation appointments Monday through Thursday and on Saturday during
the morning and afternoon. Evening appointments Monday through Thursday are also available.
An appointment is required to meet with an attorney. Ledbetter Law Firm, LLC cannot accommodate
individuals who come to the office without an appointment. To best prepare, it is recommended that you
bring several documents to your initial consultation such as paycheck stubs for the last 7 months
for yourself and any other household members, the last 2 years of tax returns for yourself,
the last 3 months bank statements for any bank accounts your name is on, a letter notifying
you of a pending foreclosure sale (if applicable), and a reinstatement letter from your mortgage
lender or its attorney if a foreclosure sale is pending. If you are unable to bring in
each of those items, you may still come in for the initial consultation. During your initial consultation you will
meet with Ledbetter Law Firm, you will meet with me, the principal bankruptcy attorney.
I will carefully analyze your financial information in order to recommend the best action for
you whether it be filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or a bankruptcy alternative. The typical initial consultation lasts about
an hour and a half. Much of the initial consultation time typically involves educating the consultee
regarding bankruptcy. If an individual studies the information on this web site, this will
help reduce the initial consultation time somewhat. Some of the initial consultation
time involves the attorney obtaining relevant information from the consultee. If you live in Missouri like Jefferson County,
Franklin County, St. Charles County, or anywhere near St. Louis and are considering filing
for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, I want you to have my FREE SPECIAL REPORT at
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meet with you for a no cost, no commitment consultation to help you explore your options
so that you may determine which debt relief option is best for you.