Robert Honig

Chicago Suburban Bankruptcy Attorney

"I am proud to have helped thousands of families in the course of my practice. With my help, these clients have rid themselves of countless millions of dollars of debt. I enjoy getting to know my clients. My office is not a "bankruptcy factory," where clients are run through without regard to their individual needs. Rather, I build relationships and help to represent people not only in their bankruptcies but with their other legal needs. In fact, knowing my clients and their families is the only way I can understand their individual goals and aspirations."
  • I understand that nobody wants to talk with a lawyer about bankruptcy. I've learned over the years that clients filing for bankruptcy are not trying to avoid their responsibilities, but rather are looking to alleviate the realities of a difficult situation. You owe it to yourself to consider all of your options. I look forward to meeting you, answering your questions, and helping you and your family.
  • Is bankruptcy right for me? - Click Here

    It is difficult to determine whether a bankruptcy is the right path. Many consumers are confused by what they have heard from friends or family, or what they have read online. An attorney can help you to decide whether a bankruptcy would help.

  • Chapter 13 - Click Here

    In a Chapter 13 repayment plan, consumers repay part or all of their debt through a plan which is approved by the Court. The payments typically last between three and five years. The payment is calculated based on what consumers can afford out of their regular paycheck or other source of income.

  • Chapter 7 - Click Here

    Most consumers who seek protection under the bankruptcy laws file under Chapter 7. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is typically a short process, lasting only about 4 months from the day the case is filed until the discharge.

Robert Honig, Attorney at Law |Address: 116 S York, Elmhurst, Illinois 60126 | Phone: (630) 834-1800|
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