cary-IL-mapCary, IL Bankruptcy and Legal Services

Bankruptcy Services for Cary, Illinois in Algonquin TownshipMcHenry County have been a focus for Redfield and Associates for over 20 years. Businesses and residents in Cary are our friends, colleagues and neighbors, and are important to us. We are committed to helping Cary, IL individuals, families and businesses eliminate debt and avoid judgements, defaults and foreclosures. We want to help you not only become financially solvent, but stay that way.

Our offices, located at 330 E. Main Street, Suite 218 in Barrington, IL 60010 (click for directions), are less than 15 minutes away from Cary via US-14, providing a convenient location for Cary Businesses and Residents to learn more about their legal options for getting out of debt.

If you are interested in more information regarding Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Cary, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in Cary, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Cary, a Cary, IL Bankruptcy Attorney or general information about your options in the 60013 areas, contact Redfield and Associates today via telephone, e-mail, or the contact form on our website. The sooner you take the first step, the sooner we can help and the more effective we can be.

Want to learn more about Bankruptcy Options in Cary, IL?  Are you looking for a Cary Bankruptcy Lawyer? Take a look at some of the resources provided here on our website:

Bankruptcy Overview – Learn about the different Bankruptcy Chapters that are available to Residents and Businesses in the Cary, IL Area.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – Will you qualify for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Can you keep your home and car?

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy – Let us help you reorganize debts and propose a plan of reorganization with your creditors. In Cary/Algonquin Township/McHenry County, a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy case may be used to solve tax debts, supplier debts, or to prevent a receiver from taking over your real property.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy –  Designed for individuals and/or husbands and wives, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may be the right choice for Cary residents who want to save their home or need to repay tax debt, but have too much income or too many assets to file a Chapter 7.

Corporate Dissolutions – This process, while complicated and requiring an experienced attorney, provides advantages in some Cary cases, where you can avoid filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7.

Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors – If you are a Cary, IL, Algonquin Township or McHenry County business or business-owner residing in the area, you should explore this option which allows a company to appoint a selected fiduciary and assign the company’s assets to that person. The fiduciary then sells and distributes the proceeds from those assets according to priorities set forth in Illinois State Law.