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Attorney Terry Leeders has been practicing bankruptcy for over 20 years. He has filed cases for thousands of consumers and small businesses. Terry stays up to date with current case law and practice trends through continuing legal education programs. He has discharged millions of dollars of debt in both simple and complex cases for his clients.
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Leeders Law charges an affordable fee for it’s bankruptcy cases. We always offer free consultations for our cases and will provide you with a free quote for our attorneys fees to file and manage your bankruptcy case. We offer competitive fees for our services. We offer extremely flexible, and customizable payment plans based on your situation. We will not turn you away because of your ability to pay.
We offer personal bankruptcy service, utilizing our state of the art client portal software. The attorney you hire will be the attorney on the phone with you, preparing your bankruptcy petition and documents, holding your hand at the bankruptcy hearing, attending Bankruptcy Court motions for you, and helping you get a fresh start after you get your bankruptcy discharge in your case.
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Terry Leeders guided us and gave us excellent professional service. We came away with a clear and decisive understanding and knowledge of our concerns and filings. We were given all information so we could make the best decision for our future. Had many questions and calls and he graciously returned and answered our calls. Will recommend to anyone needing good accountable representation…… Mary B.
Terrance S. Leeders, attorney, owner
Terry Leeders lives in Chicago with his wife and two children. He graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Terry enjoys coaching his children’s T-Ball team and volunteering in his community. Terry is an avid Chicago Cubs fan.
Terry started his legal career in 1998, where he focused his practice on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy cases. He has met with and counseled thousands of clients about their financial needs. Terry realized that there was more he could offer each client in a small firm environment. Terry wanted to improve his client’s experience so he opened up the law firm of Leeders Law in which where he provides his clients that one on one personal service they deserve.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan, 1998 Juris Doctorate Degree
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, 1993 Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Psychology
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Illinois, 2000
U.S. District Court, Central District of Illinois 2000
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, 1999
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois, 1998
State of Illinois Supreme Court, 1998
The most common reasons for consumer bankruptcy are: unemployment, high medical expenses, over-extended credit, marital problems and other large...
You can keep your house and your car as long as there is no equity in the house or vehicle and you are current on your loan payments, if any. In...
Generally you cannot keep your credit cards when you file for bankruptcy. Why would you want to stay in debt after bankruptcy? However, some...
There is no statutory amount of debt that is needed to file a bankruptcy. I talk to my clients and review their budgets to see if they can...
There are several debts that are not dischargeable in a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. Debts such as student loans, parking tickets, government...
The most common reasons to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy are to stop a pending foreclosure, to save your car from being repossessed, for debt...
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