Svoboda Law Office
Get a Fresh Start Financially With the Help of a Bankruptcy Attorney in Wabasha County, MN and the Surrounding Areas
You shouldn’t have to face complicated legal issues alone. Whether you’ve been accused of a crime, are facing bankruptcy, or need assistance with estate planning, Attorney Joyce of Svoboda Law Office will provide dedicated attention, guidance, and representation to protect your rights. Our firm assists clients in Wabasha County, Goodhue County, and Olmsted County, MN.
Bankruptcy is a legal process that can allow you a fresh start financially when you are overwhelmed by debt. There are several different types of bankruptcy for individuals and married couples, the most common being Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 12. Each of these options has different eligibility requirements and different advantages. In general, bankruptcy puts a stop to collection actions by your creditors and in many cases allows you to discharge some or all of your debt. Contact us to speak with an experienced bankruptcy attorney and find out if one of these options is a potential solution to your debt problem. Stop creditor harassment; get your free 30-minute consultation today.
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Protect Your Freedom With Representation From an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney
Being arrested and charged with a crime can be a frightening experience. Regardless of the severity of the crime, it’s essential that you retain a criminal defense attorney to advise and represent you. Attorney Joyce regularly defends clients accused of:
- Drug Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- Property Crimes
Provide For Your Family's Future With the Help of an Estate Planning Attorney
Estate planning can help you protect your assets and provide for your family’s future both during and after your life. It can also allow you to state your wishes or appoint someone to make important decisions for you in the event that you become incapacitated due to injury or illness. We assist clients with drafting, reviewing, and modifying estate planning documents such as wills, trusts, and power of attorney (POA).