Jane E. Nagle is a licensed attorney with a concentration in the practice areas of... more
Jane E. Nagle is a licensed attorney with a concentration in the practice areas of divorce and family law as well as bankruptcy and debtors’ rights in DuPage, Cook, Will, Kane, Kendall, McHenry, Lake and surrounding collar counties. Jane received her law degree from DePaul University College of Law in 2012. She also graduated from Indiana University – Bloomington in 2006 with her Bach... view profile
I am an attorney based in Dupage County, Illinois practicing bankruptcy and... more
I am an attorney based in Dupage County, Illinois practicing bankruptcy and commercial law throughout the Chicagoland area. I represent individuals, businesses, creditors and trustees in all aspects and all types of bankruptcy proceedings, including chapters 7, 11 and 13, as well as contested matters such as adversarial proceedings. Bankruptcy law is my specialty and I take great pride in my ex... view profile
Lynda Wesley is a bankruptcy lawyer with 32 years of experience. She opened her... more
Lynda Wesley is a bankruptcy lawyer with 32 years of experience. She opened her Palatine office in 1990. She has a proven record of providing high quality bankruptcies as low cost. She offers free consultations at her office or via telephone. Lynda is dedicated to giving individual attention to each and every case. At her office you will always be working directly with Lynda. One unique a... view profile
If you owe a large amount of money on unsecured debts, you may require the services of a debt settlement lawyer. Unsecured debts include medical bills, student loans, credit cards, store and gas cards, personal loans, collection accounts, and bounced checks. For these sorts of debts, lenders will usually accept less than the full amount if it's clear you don't have the money to pay them (especially if the original amount has continued to grow with interest, late charges, and collection costs). A debt settlement attorney can negotiate with the lender and objectively present the facts in your case. Oftentimes, unsecured debt lenders would rather settle with you than take a chance on getting nothing if you file for bankruptcy. If the negotiation is successful, the creditor may even be convinced to take the settled debt off your credit history.