Benjamin Brand, LLP, a professional law firm based in Chicago, launched an updated range of services for clients interested in bankruptcy and foreclosure defense legal services. The firm works with experienced lawyers to provide full assistance with a wide range of legal issues, including Chapters 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy cases, mortgage reconstruction, loan workouts and various others.
More details can be found at http://benjaminlaw.com.
The firm offers complete legal assistance for clients in need of foreclosure defense. The company works closely with each client to create an effective legal defense strategy to help them keep their house. Solutions include filing under Chapter 13 of the US Bankruptcy Code, proposing a loan modification plan and various others.
Clients can also contact the company for complete assistance with filing under Chapter 7. Also known as liquidation bankruptcy, this legal solution allows clients to manage their debts and keep their properties, debt collectors being required to speak with the Chicago attorneys before contacting the debtor.
Finally, the company also provides legal services for clients qualifying for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a more flexible alternative to Chapter 13. This solution features permanent loan workout and restructuring, no periodic payment or regular income requirements and various other benefits.
Regardless of financial situation or type of bankruptcy, Benjamin Brand, LLP provides complete legal solutions to help clients keep their properties and create a feasible financial management plan.
The recent service update is part of the company’s efforts to provide efficient and supportive legal services for clients in Chicago and the surrounding areas. With more than twenty years of experience in the industry, Benjamin Brand, LLP has helped thousands of clients solve their bankruptcy or foreclosure problems, the law firm offering both legal and emotional support for its clients.
Attorney Kevin Benjamin said: “There is a real need in the bankruptcy and foreclosure defense area for compassion and helping clients deal with the emotional and stress issues that accompany most people going through it.”, says Kevin Benjamin. “So much of what we do is heavily based in paper work that often the human side of the equation gets lost. We want to make our clients aware that there are different solutions to solving their problems and that they will be able to get credit again in the future. In doing so, we help alleviate their emotional strain and stress.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.
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