The Bankruptcy Law Office of Richard A. Check, S.C. was established in 1998 and has been practicing exclusively Federal Bankruptcy law for both small businesses and individuals ever since.
I started the Bankruptcy Law Office of Richard A. Check, S.C. to fill the need in Southeastern Wisconsin for a quality law firm working exclusively in the area of Bankruptcy law. With the strong demand for superior service and quality legal work, we focus primarily on helping with personal and small business bankruptcies.
My firm practices exclusively bankruptcy law and primarily handles small business and personal bankruptcy issues in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
757 N Broadway
Milwaukee WI 53202
Yes, the first meeting with our office is completely free.
Our fees range from $701 to $1,126.
Most cases are charged at a flat rate.
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Some weekend and evening hours available.
Bankruptcy law is one of the few modalities where you can use your legal skill set to help people, and when their cases are finished, they are happy.
We have a large clientele of Pro Se filers who hire us because they often find themselves in jeopardy of having their cases dismissed or of losing their assets.
I am extremely willing to review documents prepared by clients.
In our jurisdiction, you cannot coach clients who want to represent themselves. Attorneys are only able to step in as representation on already filed cases.
I was General Manager of Richards Building Supply, Vice President and Corporate Counsel for Consolidated Inc., and Associate for Arthur & Owens, S.C.
My practical work expertise, along with a prestigious business degree, followed by a law degree from Indiana University assembled the perfect combination for me to become a Bankruptcy attorney.
I am extremely organized and have extensive knowledge of bankruptcy law.Personal interests:
I enjoy fishing, skiing, biking and spending time with my family.
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