file bankruptcy in Nebraska for $100Spring can bring the joy of warmer weather, flowers, and the chance to get back outdoors after a long, cold winter. The impulse is often to open the house up, let the fresh air in, and clean for a fresh start to the new season! How often do you include taking a look at your finances while spring cleaning? Is it time to relieve your anxiety by wiping away your debt, forever? All you have to do is file bankruptcy in Nebraska for just $100 down. 

Our team can make a clean sweep of your financial clutter, and help give you a fresh financial start.

Three New Options to File Bankruptcy in Nebraska With Steffens Law

If you received a tax refund last year, and you’re expecting another one this year – but can’t wait for the IRS to get around to cutting you a check – you have three new options to file bankruptcy in Nebraska with Steffens Law:

  • Option #1:  Call Steffens Law Office to see if you qualify for our “File Now…Pay Later” bankruptcy program. The total cost is $1,600, but we only require a payment of $100.00 down before filing your case.  You can wait until after receipt of your tax refund to pay the balance.
  • Option #2: Call H & R Block and ask about their freeRefund Advance Loan.” As we understand it, they will loan you up to $3,500 against your expected tax refund free of charge. However, this advance is only available until February 28th and must be repaid when you receive your refund.
  • Option #3: With new stimulus checks coming, it is important to make sure you put that money to the best use possible. Investing in a bankruptcy today with those funds will protect you from current creditors and give you the opportunity to improve your financial future.

Act now! Our offer expires on March 15, 2021.

Our bankruptcy attorneys are here and ready to help you file bankruptcy in Nebraska. For more information, fill out the contact form on our website or simply give us a call at (308) 872-8327.


Dedicated to helping you achieve a fresh financial start,

William "Bill" Steffens, Jeremiah Luebbe and Anna Burge 

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