Ledford & Wu is a bankruptcy law firm located in Chicago, Illinois and serves clients throughout the area. Attorneys at the firm are debt experts who have successfully guided numerous clients through the hardships of mounting debt and serious financial struggles.
Their attorneys understand the feelings that often accompany such a situation. They know that you are probably doing everything you can to improve your standing, but you are certainly not alone in finding that it is an uphill battle in many cases. They believe in helping clients to understand the merits of bankruptcy, to feel comfortable, and to pay no mind to the stigmas attached to such a process. A lawyer from the firm will explain all of your options, including various other forms of debt mitigation, and they will ultimately help you settle on the option that is right for you.
Ledford & Wu believe in empowering clients to take control of their lives through valuable information, helpful advice, and devoted advocacy. The attorneys have used various methods to help individuals and small businesses throughout the Chicago area get back on their feet, out of the crosshairs of creditors, and able to find some breathing room. Bankruptcy, loan modification and other forms of abatement can be a fresh start, and the attorneys will do everything in their power to ensure just that for you and your family or business.
Year this Office was Established: 2003
Languages: Spanish, Chinese, English
Areas of Law
Banking & Finance
Credit & Mortgage
Credit Card Fraud
Debtor & Creditor
Financial Services Law
Additional Areas of Law:
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 bankruptcy; Chapter 11 Bankruptcy; General Bankruptcy; Credit Card Debt; Medical Bill Bankruptcy; Child Support Bankruptcy; Student Loan Bankruptcy; Tax Debt Bankruptcy; Social Security, Unemployment & Other Benefit Overpayments Bankruptcy; Car Repossession; Wage Garnishment; Divorce Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy and Driver’s License Suspension; Creditor Harassment; Bank Account Seizure; Home Loan Modification; Forbearance Agreement; Mortgage Restructuring; Short-Sale Negotiation; Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure; Debt Settlement; Debt Negotiation; Debt Consolidation; Breach of Warranty Litigation.