FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY SHOULDN'T LEAVE YOU BANKRUPT
The Law Office of Richard Kistnen provides the legal representation you need at prices you can afford. Get started on your path to a financial fresh start today by filing your bankruptcy with NO MONEY DOWN!
How Can we Help You?
Living with debt is hard. At the Law Office of Richard Kistnen, the goal is to make sure that you get your fresh start as quickly and as easily as possible so that you can start living in financial peace.
Filing for bankruptcy shouldn't leave you bankrupt. With LORK, you get reasonable and affordable legal fees, and even a No Money Down payment option!
Time is of the essence with bankruptcy cases. At LORK, provide some basic info and get your case going immediately -in some cases, even on the same day!
You want to know what's going on with your case, so we'll be happy to tell you. Whether a phone call, text or email, you'll stay up-to-date with the status of your case!
BANKRUPTCY DONE BETTER.
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"Mr. Kistnen, is an incredibly great attorney, he has represented me on several occasions and I had also referred to him to many others. Since I have a choice in choosing an attorney, I feel the need to choose right for representation and Richard fits this criteria. He is very detailed and represents you 1000%. I have used him on several occasions and had also referred him to many others. In my opinion and to the many others that I have recommended him to, they have said that he is a exceptional and great attorney and they would recommend him anytime."
- Tas S., a LORK Client
“Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser—in fees, expenses, and waste of time. As a peacemaker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.”The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln edited by Roy P. Basler, Volume II, “Notes for a Law Lecture” (July 1, 1850), p. 81.