OMAHA’S PREMIER BANKRUPTCY LAW FIRM
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Lawyers Helping People and Business Owners Get Debt Relief
Omaha Bankruptcy Attorney
For more than 28 years, our law firm — John T. Turco & Associates, P.C., L.L.O., has been giving skilled attention to the individual needs of people and business owners seeking debt relief through the bankruptcy process.
Special Note: There is a tremendous amount of useful and practical information contained on this website (more than any other site in the local area) and you are encouraged to read through many of the substantive articles (blogs) that John has personally written from real world experiences. John and his associates are constantly monitoring the state of the bankruptcy laws and recent cases from throughout the country and report the latest breaking news here on a regular basis. After taking a good look at what is available here, PLEASE feel free to Contact Us with any questions at all. Be prepared for a fast response! We normally get back to you within minutes or just a few hours. We very much understand and sympathize with the seriousness and heightened sense of urgency of our client’s problems and concerns. Our firm is known locally for its high degree of expertise in this very specialized area of law.
If you are faced with debts you cannot afford to pay, and especially if you are being threatened with serious consequences like foreclosure or wage garnishment, you owe it to yourself to learn more about your bankruptcy options. We can help. Contact us to speak to one of our experienced bankruptcy lawyers.
Debt is a fact of life in the modern economy, where achieving your goals often requires investment from outside sources. Unfortunately, sometimes unexpected circumstances can lead to debt getting out of control. Loss of a job, a medical emergency, a divorce or another situation can make debt unmanageable.
When that happens, you have certain rights under federal law to seek cancellation or reorganization of your debts. That procedure is called bankruptcy, and at John T. Turco & Associates, our attorneys are devoted to helping people understand their rights and file for bankruptcy if they choose to do so.
If you are interested in learning more about your bankruptcy options, contact us to schedule a free, no-commitment consultation that can be held at our offices in Omaha or by telephone.
In-Depth Attention to Every Aspect of Your Bankruptcy Case
At John T. Turco & Associates, our practice is focused exclusively on bankruptcy law. Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection gives you a positive opportunity to discharge debts you cannot afford to pay and make a fresh start. In order to take full advantage of that opportunity, you need careful attention to your bankruptcy filing.
Our firm distinguishes itself with the level of analysis we apply in every single case. When you come to us to discuss your financial situation, you will have an in-depth consultation with a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney. With the help of our excellent support staff and advanced technology, we will double-check every aspect of your case before moving forward.
Whether you are located in Nebraska or Iowa, we have the qualifications and understanding to guide you through the bankruptcy process and make it as easy as possible for you. Contact us today to get started on the road to debt relief. You can send us an e-mail to start getting your questions answered.
At John T. Turco & Associates, based in Omaha, Nebraska, we represent clients throughout Nebraska and Iowa, including the cities of Council Bluffs, Bellevue, Fremont, Columbus, Wahoo, Elkhorn, Harlan, Glenwood, Red Oak, Shenandoah, Atlantic, Avoca, Malvern, Plattsmouth, La Vista, Ashland, Blair, Schuyler, Lincoln, Millard, Oakland, and Dunlap; and other communities in Pottawattamie County, Douglas County, Washington County, Saunders County, Dodge County, Harrison County, Sarpy County, Lancaster County, and Mills County.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.