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Introduction to Skelton Law Firm Everett Bankruptcy Attorney

Hi! My name is Susan Skelton, and I am a bankruptcy attorney (Susan Skelton Attorney at Law) and I started my practice in 2003. I’ve practiced in St Louis, Missouri for 13 years before we moved up to Snohomish, Washington where I am currently practicing law, and now I am opening an office in Everett, Washington. I would love to invite you to contact us here on our website or on our phone and just give us a call for a free consultation. I actually call it a conversation. You would just give us a call and my husband, AKA my assistant, Steven Skelton, can give you an appointment to come talk to me. What I do is I sit down with you for about an hour. We sit down and just go over your debt and your problems, what’s going on in your life that has you calling a bankruptcy attorney in the first place.

I will sit down with you for an hour or so. I don’t have a timer on and I don’t charge you for that first conversation. We just sit down and figure out what you need to do. If it’s bankruptcy, then we’ll start that process and I’ll give you the next steps and we’ll go from there.

During that conversation, you can ask any of the questions that you might have been thinking about whether or not you can keep your car or what happens with your house or how to stop that garnishment, or what debts can be included in your bankruptcy, or if you get to keep grandma’s jewelry. Whatever that question that you have that you’re worried about, we can just go over it and I can help you get a little bit of peace of mind of what to expect if you do file bankruptcy.

We can go over how to work towards rebuilding your credit once you have filed bankruptcy, and answer any of your questions that you might have and then figure out what the best option, the next step is for you. And if that sounds like something that you would be interested in doing, just give our office a call.

Remember that this is a completely free conversation that we can have together. Go ahead and do it now while you’re thinking about it. And also just to have the ease of mind, you don’t want to keep putting it off. You want to make sure that you address your problem, whatever that problem is, or maybe just have a conversation with an attorney that can make you feel better and at ease to know that it isn’t as big of a problem as you’ve made it in your head.

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Susan Skelton

Everett Bankruptcy Attorney, specializing in Bankruptcy Protection, Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts, and Power of Attorney

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