Katz and Wulff Attorneys at Law

Practicing exclusively in bankruptcy and proudly serving the Greater St. Louis Community for more than 20 years.
  • Facing foreclosure?

    There’s just not enough money at the end of the month for all the bills you have to pay. Maybe it’s due to a layoff or an illness. Whatever the reason, you fell behind on your mortgage and now the mortgage company wants to take your family’s home. If you are facing foreclosure and cannot work out a deal or other alternative with the lender, bankruptcy may help.

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  • Confronted with a lawsuit?

    Did you know that filing for bankruptcy can stop a lawsuit? In fact, thousands of bankruptcy cases are filed to stop collection lawsuits as well as prevent judgments from being entered.

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  • Drowning in medical bills?

    You’re not alone. According to CNN’s website, medical bills are the cause of more than 60 percent of U.S. bankruptcies. If you or a family member have ever been hospitalized or suffered from a long-term illness, you are aware of the high costs of healthcare.

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HOW TO REACH US

Phone: 618-345-6966
Toll Free: 800-339-0009
Fax: 618-345-0705
kjwulff@katzandwulff.com

904 Vandalia Avenue
Collinsville, Illinois 62234

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Mon - Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Evenings: BY APPOINTMENT
Sat: BY APPOINTMENT
Sun: Closed

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Are You in Need of a Bankruptcy Lawyer?

Your financial difficulties may be the result of a job loss, a cut-back in hours at work or a temporary lay off. You may have high medical bills or expenses from another child. Perhaps you have experienced a divorce or have too much credit card debt. You have probably thought that if you could only shed the debt somehow and start over, you could get back on your feet and start building a brighter future for you and your family.

Bankruptcy is not to be taken lightly, but it is your right guaranteed by Congress when other financial solutions have failed. Many other people just like you have filed for bankruptcy relief and have gone on to be financially successful.

At Katz and Wulff, a bankruptcy attorney can advise you on topics such as Chapter 13 bankruptcy, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, debt settlement, garnishments, foreclosures and other lawsuits.

Please feel free to browse the links to pages on this site, or call us to schedule an appointment. My staff and I look forward to meeting you and discussing your case.

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From our offices in Collinsville, Illinois we represent clients throughout Southern Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri. Market coverage for our services includes, but is NOT limited to, the following communities:

St. Louis, Missouri
Jersey County, Illinois: Jerseyville, Hardin
Madison County, Illinois: Alton, Bethalto, Collinsville, East Alton, Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Godfrey, Granite City, Highland, Madison, Maryville, Troy, Wood River
Monroe County, Illinois: Columbia, Waterloo
Saint Clair County, Illinois: Belleville, Caseyville, Dupo, Fairview Heights, Freeburg, Lebanon, Mascoutah, O’Fallon,  East St. Louis, Cahokia
Bond County, Illinois:
Greenville, Pocahontas

Fayette County, Illinois: Vandalia, St. Elmo
Effingham County, Illinois: Effingham, Teutopolis, Altamont
Randolph County, Illinois: Sparta, Coulterville, Baldwin, Red Bud, Steeleville, Chester, Prairie Du Rocher, Modoc
Washington County, Illinois: Okaville, Nashville
Jefferson County, Illinois: Mount Vernon, Rend Lake, Ina
Perry County, Illinois: Pinckneyville, Du Quoin, Christopher, Zeigler
Jackson County, Illinois: De Soto, Murphysboro, Carbondale
Williamson County, Illinois: Marion, Herrin, Carterville, Cambria Crainville, Johnston City
Marion County, Illinois: Salem, Central City, Sandoval, Odin

Also serving: Union County, Illinois, Johnson County, Illinois, Hamilton County, Illinois, Alexander County, Illinois, Pulaski County, Illinois, Wayne County, Illinois, Saline County, Illinois, Massac County, Illinois, Pope County, Illinois, Hardin County, Illinois, Gallatin County, Illinois, White County, Illinois, Edwards County, Illinois and Wabash County, Illinois

disabled symbolOur office is accessible to people with disabilities, and we are happy to make house
calls to accommodate people who are physically unable to come to our office in person.