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James Vomastic has helped over a thousand clients file for bankruptcy protection during the course of his career.
Prior to law school he graduated from the University of Stevens Point with a degree in Business Administration. He attended Marquette Law School where he received his Law Degree in 2003. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and has been admitted in both the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin.
Prior to starting his own law practice he was employed at a Milwaukee area bankruptcy firm. He also owns and works on a dairy farm with his brother so he understands the financial struggles that today's economy can place on a person.
He provides his clients with confidential and professional advice concerning their present financial situations. He understands the struggles that clients face and provides them with the necessary help to allow them to obtain the fresh start that the bankruptcy code provides. Being a solo practitioner allows him to be more hands on with his clients and work one on one with them. He will answer all your questions and explain the process of bankruptcy in detail to you.
Call today to set up a free consultation and find out the benefits that a low cost bankruptcy can provide you.
Also known as a liquidation bankruptcy provides a debtor with a fresh start. Under chapter 7, most unsecured debt such as medical and credit card debt is wiped out. The debtor is allowed to keep their exempt assets and they also have to option to keep their secured property as long they continue making their payments.
Is a similar bankruptcy to chapter 13 that is only available to family farmer and fisherman. It allows the debtor to reorganize their debt in order to make repayment more manageable.
Also known as a reorganization allows the debtor to reorganize their debt to make repayment more manageable. Debtors can file a Chapter 13: if they filed a prior bankruptcy in the last eight years, if they are behind on their house payments to stop a foreclosure, or if their income is to high to do a chapter 7.