If you are struggling with debt, there are answers out there. At The Law Offices of Brian Schellenberg, we are dedicated to helping our clients find debt relief solutions. We promise to:
- Stand up to bankruptcy trustees
- Ask the tough questions
- Fight to make sure you are treated fairly
- Take nothing for granted
Call us today to schedule a free consultation. With offices in Noblesville and Greenwood, we serve clients in the Indianapolis area and throughout central Indiana.
Helping You Find Out If Bankruptcy Is Right for You
We understand that filing for bankruptcy is a big decision. We will help you get all the facts before making any decisions. From foreclosure prevention to wage garnishment prevention, we will make sure you understand the benefits and tax consequences of filing for bankruptcy so you are prepared for your new financial future. We will also help you with your estate planning and real estate needs.
While the bankruptcy process can be monotonous, there are plenty of opportunities to be creative. We take advantage of these opportunities to make sure our clients get the best possible results. When you choose to fight, you could even be aiding individuals in the future by setting new case law in the state. We look for creative ways to improve client results and will put in the time to make sure you explore all your options.
Brian Schellenberg took over what was formerly known as the The Law Offices of Brian Schellenberg when former attorney Jon Brown became a judge. To learn more about Mr. Schellenberg, please follow the link below to his personal profile.
Whether you want to find a way to save your home or you are looking for a debt relief plan your business can afford, we are here to help. With two offices, we help clients across central Indiana, including the Indianapolis area. Call us at 317-773-4300 in Noblesville or 317-884-5080 in Greenwood to arrange a free initial consultation with a lawyer, or complete our online form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.