Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorneys
Walton Legal Services was founded in 1979 to help Indiana clients who were suffering with serious debt. In that time, Walton Legal Services helped more than 30,000 people through the process of bankruptcy.
If you are looking for an Indianapolis bankruptcy law firm that has the experience to help you, contact us. We offer free initial consultations, and our attorneys will explain up front how much bankruptcy will cost you. Most bankruptcy law firms do not reveal their fees up front like we do. In more than 30 years as a law firm, we have learned that clients call us for bankruptcy, because they are in financial trouble - they need to know what the overall process will cost. We add no hidden fees or "administrative costs." With Walton Legal Services, by the end of your free initial consultation, you will know exactly what our services will cost. You will also know exactly what your options are explained in easy to understand terms by an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
If you donít have a clue about how to file for bankruptcy, or even donít know what bankruptcy is, not to worry. As your bankruptcy lawyers, we have got everything covered for you. We regularly deal with clients who have no clue about bankruptcy, and are worried because they find their debts getting ahead of their incomes. Apart from providing legal assistance, we also guide you on all your legal options.
How We Can Assist You (Call Us: 317-241-2900 )
During your initial free consultation at our office, our attorneys will explain all the different aspects of your bankruptcy. They help you understand how to file for bankruptcy in Indiana and squash the myths surrounding bankruptcy. They explain Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to you and let you know the tax issues associated with bankruptcy. As experienced bankruptcy attorneys, we help you get out of the debt trap regardless of how you ended up there. Call us for a free initial consultation, and get the most reasonable fee structure with no surprises or hidden costs.