Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.
Sample questions answered in this 30-minute show: Use this link to listen anytime.
- What happens when a corporation I sued filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
- Do I have to include my paid for automobile in my Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
- What happens when my car loan co-signor files for bankruptcy?
- What happens if a bankruptcy lawyer does not file my bankruptcy petition?
- I missed my date to file a bankruptcy claim, what happens to my rights?
- In bankruptcy can I pay for the value of my car instead of what I actually owe?
- How will my ex-husband’s bankruptcy affect my home if he’s on the mortgage?
- Can a family member loan me money for a down payment if I am in Chapter 13?
Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973, he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.