File For Bankruptcy in Wyoming

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    Credit Card Bills
    Medical Bills
    Foreclosure Process
    Wage Garnishment
    Creditor Harrasment
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    Your Home
    Your Car
    Your Wages
    Your Furniture
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How We Help in Wyoming

Get the Fresh Financial Start You Need

The attorneys at UpRight Law are dedicated to helping people in Wyoming get out of debt.

When you’re distracted by worry about how you’re going to make ends meet, it’s hard to focus on your work or enjoy quality time with your family. Stress and lost sleep can make you ill. In short, debt can impact every area of your life. Our bankruptcy attorneys understand how difficult it can be, and we want to help.

We make it as easy as possible for you to get the information you need about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. When you schedule a free consultation, we’ll connect you with an experienced bankruptcy attorney online—no need to travel to our offices, take time off work, get a babysitter or otherwise disrupt your schedule.

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Credit Card Debt Relief in Wyoming

If credit card debt is limiting your ability to save for your retirement and your children’s education, purchase a home or otherwise secure your future, it may be time for a change. Even if you’re able to make regular, timely payments toward your credit card debt and aren’t making any new charges, it can take years to pay down that debt. A free consultation with an UpRight Law attorney will help you determine whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 might provide the fresh financial start you need.

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Stop Creditor Harassment in Wyoming

When you’ve fallen behind on your bills and are being bombarded by creditor calls and threatening letters, it’s easy to lose sight of your rights. That’s exactly what some dishonest debt collectors are counting on. But, the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act restricts the behavior of third party debt collectors. Specifically, the law prohibits deceptive or abusive tactics in debt collection. When a collection agency repeatedly calls your sister, calls you dozens of times a day, or threatens you with arrest if you don’t make a payment, help is available. Schedule a free consultation to learn more about your rights and how you can stop debt collector harassment.

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Wyoming

Hundreds of Wyoming residents found relief from burdensome debt last year, just as the legislature intended. Of course, most people want to pay their debts, but Congress recognized that sometimes bills spiral out of control—often through no fault of your own. In those situations, the most responsible thing to do may be to wipe the slate clean so that you can once again begin contributing to the economy. That’s why Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to completely eliminate most unsecured debt for those who qualify. In just a few months, it’s possible to go from overwhelmed and discouraged to free to pursue your dreams. Ready to learn more?

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law

Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows many Wyoming residents who are overwhelmed by debt to restructure their payments into a manageable plan. Chapter 13 is especially popular among people who have a lot of secured debt, or who own valuable property that wouldn’t be exempt in a Chapter 7 case. Even those with primarily unsecured debt and little property can benefit from a Chapter 13 plan, particularly if their incomes are too high to be eligible for Chapter 7. If a regular payment plan that allowed three to five years to catch up on past due bills would take the pressure off and allow you to begin rebuilding your financial foundation, schedule a free case evaluation to learn more.

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Bankruptcy and Foreclosure in Wyoming

Every bankruptcy attorney is accustomed to being asked, “Can bankruptcy stop foreclosure?” Given the vast number of foreclosure actions across the past several years, that’s no surprise. And, the foreclosure rate in Wyoming is even higher than the national average. While the best course of action varies depending on a variety of circumstances such as the amount of mortgage debt, value of the property, payment level, income, and how far behind payments are, bankruptcy can often stop foreclosure in Wyoming. In particular, the Chapter 13 repayment plan offers a good option for many homeowners who have regular income to put toward catching up mortgage payments, but can’t pay the full balance as quickly as the mortgage company would like. If you’re facing foreclosure, take control of the situation. Learn more about how bankruptcy may be able to turn things around.

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Get Relief from Medical Bills in Wyoming

When you’re recovering from a long illness or have seen a loved one through a serious injury, the last thing you need is the added stress of unmanageable medical debt. If medical debt collectors are putting the pressure on and you feel like you may never get ahead, learn more about how personal bankruptcy may offer the relief you need. Many Wyoming residents are able to discharge (wipe out) medical debt completely in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case.

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Wage Garnishment Law in Wyoming

When a creditor or debt collector obtains a wage garnishment order in Wyoming, the debtor’s employer may be required to withhold up to 25% of the debtor’s disposable income for the benefit of the judgment holder. Although Wyoming law also ensures that no wages are withheld if that would result in the debtor taking home less than 30 times the minimum wage, wage garnishment can make a significant dent in many people’s income. That’s why some Wyoming residents who are facing wage garnishment choose personal bankruptcy. The automatic stay entered in most bankruptcy cases can put a stop to wage garnishment instantly.

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Timothy M. Kalamazoo, MI

You did an excellent job in resolving my issue with my pesky creditors. He got me a very nice settlement and he did it in a more than timely manner. Thank you all for the work you all did. It is greatly appreciated.

Malina B. Portland, OR

Our Bankruptcy Attorneys in Wyoming

From Casper, Cheyenne and Sheridan to Gillette and Rock Springs, UpRight Law’s bankruptcy attorneys are devoted to helping Wyoming residents get out of debt and begin anew. That new beginning starts with a free online consultation. If you’re ready to take your finances in hand and make informed decisions for your future, schedule your case evaluation today and take the first step toward financial freedom.


Donna D. Domonkos

Partner

Cheyenne, WY
24 Years of Experience

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Paul Knight

Partner

Cheyenne, WY
26 Years of Experience

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Brooke Barney

Partner

Sheridan, WY
10 Years of Experience

Brooke Barney is a Wyoming native, born and raised in Lander, Wyoming. Brooke grew to love the Big Horn Mountains as a child during her time spent at her family’s ranch in Ranchester, Wyoming. Brook […]

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N. Joshua Dart

Partner

Cheyenne, WY
7 Years of Experience

Attorney & Counselor at law practicing Bankruptcy, Mediation, Civil Litigation and DUI’s. […]

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Kelly Blue

Partner

Kemmerer, WY
8 Years of Experience

For years, our team at Kelly Blue Attorney At Law has been helping clients navigate legalese regarding family matters and important financial decisions. We understand that finding a lawyer you can tru […]

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