Deutsch & Deutsch
Law Offices

QCDEBTRELIEF. COM
Concentrating in Bankruptcy Law

(THE QUAD CITIES BANKRUPTCY CENTER)
Deutsch & Deutsch Law Offices practices bankruptcy law and serves clients in Rock Island, IL, Moline, IL, East Moline, Il, Milan, Il, Silvis, Il, Rock Island County, IL, and in Iowa, Davenport, IA, Bettendorf, IA., Scott County, IA, Clinton County, IA and Muscatine County, IA. For information on filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy or a Chapter 7 bankruptcy call us at 309-788-9541 or email us at Deutschlaw@gmail.com.  We are the Quad Cities Bankruptcy Center.

Bankruptcy


We represent bankruptcy clients in both Illinois and Iowa Bankruptcy Courts. The is no charge for a initial bankruptcy consultation.  Call the number below or email us at the email address below for an appointment. 

We represent as attorneys and lawyers Bankruptcy clients in Rock Island, Moline, East Moline, Silvis, Geneseo, Milan, and Rock Island County Illinois.  We also represent as attorneys and lawyers Bankruptcy clients in Davenport, Bettendorf, Clinton, Muscatine and Iowa communities in the Quad City area.

There are two types of bankruptcies a consumer can file, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 is the most common type of bankruptcy, it allows a consumer to discharge debts completely through a relatively short process. Chapter 13 is a federal debt consolidation plan, which allows you to arrange your financial affairs and repay a portion of your debts. After an initial consultation, we can determine and advise you which chapter you should file.

Once a bankruptcy case is successfully completed, the consumer receives a discharge from the Bankruptcy Court. A discharge is a legal release from debts.

Filing a bankruptcy can stop your creditors from the following:

  • Stop Harassing Bill Collectors
  • Stop Lawsuits
  • Stop Repossessions
  • Stop Foreclosures
  • Stop Wage Garnishments

We can save your home from foreclosure and your car from repossession by a Chapter 13 filing.

Chapter 7 will give a bankruptcy filer a fresh start, in most cases it will wipe all the debt.


Chapter 13 can be used to save a home, lower interest rates, pay back income taxes, discharge certain taxes, and return a repossessed car. Chapter 13 debtors pay a majority of their attorney's fee thru their Chapter 13 plan.  A Chapter 13 plan that can be from 36 to 60 months if you are a under median debtor.  If you are a over median debtor you have to be in Chapter 13 for 60 months, and cannot file for Chapter 7 relief. 

The filing of a bankruptcy can also help with past due taxes and judgment collections.

It is important to note that each bankruptcy case is individual, and there are many factors that go into the determination of whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is right for our client. To discuss your financial situation and whether you need to file for bankruptcy, please contact us at (309) 788-9541, or e-mail us at Deutschlaw@gmail.com.

We represent bankruptcy clients in the Central District of Illinois, which consist of the following counties: Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, Knox, and Warren. We also represent clients in the Southern District of Iowa, which consist of Scott, Muscatine, and Clinton counties. We serve the entire Quad City Area including: Rock Island, Moline, East Moline, Silvis, Milan, Davenport, Bettendorf, Colona, Clinton, and Muscatine, Geneseo, Kewanee, Aledo, and DeWitt.


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