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CONCENTRATED IN BANKRUPTCY
MONEY DOWN! *To qualified wage earners. Court cost may be required.
Bankruptcy Lawyer serving
Waukegan, Zion & Mundelein, IL
Kenneth S. Borcia & Associates has been providing the people of Lake County, Illinois with superior bankruptcy services for more than 30 years. If you have debt problems that just won’t go away, don’t hesitate to contact him. He can help you file for bankruptcy
while also helping stop:
Wage Garnishments, Lawsuits, and Judgments
Certain Driver’s License Suspensions
Kenneth Borcia understands how frustrating dealing with money issues can be, and how the economy isn't going to solve the issues any time soon. Don’t face your financial troubles alone! Contact
Kenneth S. Borcia & Associates today. He can help you maintain some normality in your life while you get back on your feet.
Also serving Round Lake, Gurnee & North Chicago, IL
SERVING CLIENTS IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
OUR GOAL IS TO STOP
Wage Garnishments, Lawsuits and Judgments
Certain Driver's License Suspensions
REASONS TO CHOOSE OUR FIRM
Most of our Chapter 7 cases are filed for only the court costs plus $35 if you are a qualified wage earner.
Your first consultation is FREE with no obligation
Day, evening, and Saturday hours are available
24-HOUR Filing, if needed
Majority of our new clients are referred to our office by prior clients
CHAPTER 7 & CHAPTER 13
If you are contemplating hiring a lawyer in Lake County to help you with Chapter 13
bankruptcy or Chapter 7
bankruptcy, then count on the experience and knowledge of Kenneth S. Borcia & Associates. Kenneth Borcia was one of the first bankruptcy lawyers in Lake County to practice Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 cases. He brings personal attention to each case to ensure that he can get the best outcome for you. This is one of the only firms in the greater Chicagoland area to offer no money down for Chapter 13 cases, and most of his Chapter 7 cases require only court costs plus $35 for qualified wage earners.