Success Stories

Belleville 618.236.7000
Granite City 618.656.7941
Mt. Vernon 888.400.6763

Real Help For Real Problems

While there are many reasons for people to fall into financial difficulty, and while each person’s situation is somewhat unique, most people in serious financial trouble can obtain a fresh start with either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Click on the links below for examples of how TBC has been able to use the protection of the Bankruptcy Laws to stop creditor harassment and provide debt relief and a fresh financial start for our clients.

  • CREDIT CARD DEBT
  • MEDICAL BILLS
  • FORECLOSURES AND REPOSSESSIONS
  • LAWSUITS, JUDGMENTS, AND GARNISHMENTS
  • CREDITOR HARASSMENT

Severe financial problems can feel like the end of the road, but bankruptcy can often provide a new beginning. TBC offers a free, confidential consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney, so that we can review your complete financial situation and goals, and then discuss your options for dealing with your debts. Don’t lose any more sleep, stop being afraid to answer your phone, and stop having to deprive your family of the things they need – give TBC a call today.

Don't wait until it may be too late to seek protection under the bankruptcy law. Schedule a FREE Consultation with one of our bankruptcy attorneys and learn how the bankruptcy law applies to your specific situation. Call TBC today at 618-236-7000 (Belleville, IL), 618-656-7941 (Edwardsville, IL), or 888-400-6763 (Mt. Vernon, IL).

Memberships & Associations

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Belleville Location

The Bankruptcy Center
5312 West Main Street
Belleville, IL 62226
Tel: 618.236.7000

Granite City Location

The Bankruptcy Center
2021 Johnson Road, Suite 1
Granite City, IL 62040
Tel: 618.656.7941

Mt. Vernon Location

The Bankruptcy Center (In the US Bank Building)
123 South 10th Street, Suite 202
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
Tel: 618.236.7000

Disclaimer

The Law Offices of William A. Mueller is a debt relief agency, helping people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.