Zachary J. Kluck is a partner at Zerbst & Kluck, S.C. and focuses his practice primarily on bankruptcy and other debtor/creditor issues. Various options to get rid of your debt exist... more
Zachary J. Kluck is a partner at Zerbst & Kluck, S.C. and focuses his practice primarily on bankruptcy and other debtor/creditor issues. Various options to get rid of your debt exist and the advice on which path to take is different for every individual based on their needs and circumstances. Some such options are filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, amortizing/consolidating your debt... view profile
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