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Virtual Law Firm Initial Consultation and Virtual Bankruptcy Lawyer

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Virtual Law Firm Initial Consultation and Virtual Bankruptcy Attorney

We at Krautkramer & Block understand that COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) has forced many in our community to stay home and not travel to avoid being exposed to the virus. We also understand that many of our fellow citizens still have legal and financial problems that cannot wait. Many are struggling with overwhelming financial debt, less pay due to wages being garnished, multiple phone calls from collection agents, threats of foreclosure by the mortgage company, and vehicles repossessed by repo agents, among other challenges.

Many of you cannot wait to get relief from suffocating debt, stop garnishment, stop foreclosures on your home, and stop repossessions on your vehicles.

We are here to help get your legal life in order. Since many of you are staying home to avoid the risk of infection, we have decided to offer for a limited-time: virtual initial consultations. Rather than coming to our law office here in Wausau, you would request a virtual consult with my office. During a telephone or video conference, I would review the facts of your case, answer your questions, determine your options (including non-bankruptcy alternatives), the costs and benefit of each option, discuss how bankruptcy works, and finally put together a plan for you going-forward. Not only would the initial consultation be virtual, but we are changing our processes and procedures, so that future meetings would also be virtual. With our virtual legal representation you would avoid having to venture out in public greatly reducing the risk of being exposed to COVID-19 and solve your financial problems! If you are a current client, feel free to call us at (715) 842-2162 to determine what meetings we can do virtually.

Check below to see if you are eligible. If you are eligible, I recommend completing the request form immediately before limited availability runs out!


Am I eligible for a virtual initial consultation?

1. Do you owe over $10,000.00 of credit card, payday loans, medical debt, and/or tax debt that you cannot afford to repay?

2. Do you live in one of the following counties in Wisconsin?:

  • Marathon,
  • Lincoln,
  • Taylor,
  • Clark,
  • Wood,
  • Portage,
  • Waupaca,
  • Shawano, or
  • Langlade.
3. Are you available for a one-hour consultation starting at one of these times?:
  1. 10:00 a.m.
  2. 11:00 a.m.
  3. 2:00 p.m.
  4. 3:00 p.m.
  5. 4:00 p.m.
4. Are you ready to pay the virtual initial consult nonrefundable flat fee of $250.00 online by debit card or electronic check?
This is a retainer fee for our availability during the scheduled one-hour block of time, during which we will discuss your legal issues and options for addressing them. If you proceed with the scheduling the meeting by following the link below, you acknowledge and agree that no portion of the fee will be refundable in the event that the conference lasts less than the scheduled hour. While our office remains open, you always have the option of meeting with us in person as described on our website.

It is important that you make your appointment as soon as possible, because there are limited time slots.

After receiving your request from, we would contact you within 24 hours by email or call you to schedule a time for your consultation, arrange payment of the fee, and provide further instructions on what documentation you would need to provide for the consult.

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