I can’t believe it’s been three years since I’ve updated this blog. I’ve been conducting my initial meetings via phone or video-conference. It’s a learning experience, but so far it’s been going alright. I meet with my clients remotely, we sign the papers remotely, and clients (luckily) don’t have to be in the same room with me.
Our 341 meetings are being held remotely, also. As long as you have a phone connection and a webcam, everything should be fine.
If you have financial issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as a job loss, medical bills, other lost income, etc., please don’t panic. There are programs that can help you. Foreclosures in Wisconsin have been put on hold, there are government loans that may help you, and if all else fails, I may be able to help.
Once your financial situation stabilizes, a bankruptcy or a bankruptcy alternative may be able to relieve your debt problems. It’s never too early to learn about your options. Call or email now to schedule a free consultation to learn about your options. (Of course, I’m only licensed to practice in Wisconsin. But readers in other states should check out NACBA for a local attorney that may be able to help you.)
UPDATE (2/19/21): Although I’m still doing remote initial consultations and our 341 meetings are still held via Zoom from my Platteville office, we are now signing papers in person. If this is a problem for you, please let me know and we can work something out.