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Minnesota Bankruptcy Attorney

Hoglund Law represents clients in the area of bankruptcy in order to assist them in obtaining sustainable debt relief and financial rehabilitation. We practice bankruptcy law in the state of Minnesota and aid our clients in seeking protection for their assets under the federal bankruptcy code. Understanding the basics of bankruptcy and the process involved can assist our clients in appreciating the benefits of utilizing this debt relief option.

The Basics of Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy immediately halts the collection activity of creditors who are attempting to collect a debt from you. It offers immediate protection for those who are facing extreme debt circumstances such as foreclosure, repossession, wage garnishment, and more. At Hoglund Law, we can guide you through the process of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to attain a successful resolution. We offer debt reform assistance, debtor education, and sound legal advisement so that you fully understand the options available to you.

Some of the advantages inherent in filing for bankruptcy include:
  • Protection of utility services
  • Ending wage garnishment and creditor harassment
  • Providing a renewed start as debt is legally discharged
  • Halting the foreclosure process to allow payments to become current
  • (Mortgages and liens are not instantly eliminated)

Some of the debts bankruptcy cannot eliminate include:
  • Alimony, child support, taxes, student loans, criminal debts, and other related debt
  • Secured loans such as mortgages or other liens from secured debt
  • Post bankruptcy debt

For bankruptcy assistance in Minnesota, Hoglund Law can help. Contact us for immediate assistance for all of your bankruptcy concerns.

Social Security Attorney

Hoglund Law can assist you with obtaining a favorable ruling in your social security case. We assist clients in the area of social security through out MN, WI, OH, IL, MI, and KY. In the event of retirement, disability, and even death, social security can provide your family with needed benefits for sustaining their standard of living. Social security benefits are not restricted by age as disability benefits are awarded to those who can no longer fulfill their employment duties because of a disability. For those receiving social security for retirement, benefits are typically paid out at the age of 66 with partial benefits available at 62 for qualifying individuals.

Survivor benefits are awarded to the family of the deceased individual. Spousal benefits for the deceased may begin at 65 with partial benefits beginning at the age of 60.

If you need assistance with social security benefits in the states of MN, WI, OH, IL, MI, and KY, contact Hoglund law today for expert legal advisement.

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