The Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Harris - Maywood, IL
Maywood, IL 60153-2400www.windycitylawyer.com
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The Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Harris Law Firm Overview
At The Law Offices of Jeffrey Harris, of Maywood, Illinois, we are committed to helping individuals find relief from the overwhelming challenges of debt and bills. If you are buried under debt and financial circumstances that you cannot overcome, turn to the firm that can help you find a way to a more secure future.
Each day, we guide clients along the road to financial recovery, building the foundation for a new start. We provide customized representation in bankruptcy at a competitive rate that is respectful of your financial situation, understanding that you cannot afford costly legal bills. Our service, however, is handled in a way that provides you the personalized attention that looks after every detail rather than pushing your situation through a mill.
You will always speak directly with your lawyer, never passed between the supporting staff, risking oversight. Your bankruptcy is unique to the set of circumstances that you face, as well as your goals for the future. We take the time to learn about you and what you want to achieve. We tailor our approach to help you get there, walking you through every step along the way.
To arrange a free initial consultation to learn what can be done to bring relief to your situation, please call our office today at 866-576-1052. We offer competitive rates and payment plans. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 13
- Credit Card & Medical Bill Debt
- Garnishment & Repossession
- Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Defense
- 10% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
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- Jeffrey Harris
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