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Have you fallen so far behind on your bills that bankruptcy seems the only way out? Take the time to have a FREE consultation with the Landry Law Offices, first. I'll explain your options, then help you arrange to get your life back together.

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If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, take the time to know your options and your rights. Learn what bankruptcy is, what bankruptcy can and cannot do, the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, alternatives to bankruptcy, and more.


Most people filing bankruptcy in Wisconsin will want to file under either chapter 7 or chapter 13. Either type of case may be filed individually or by a married couple filing jointly. Wisconsin also offers the chapter 128 alternative to bankruptcy those who wish to repay their debt with the help of a structured plan to get back on their feet. Below is just a quick overview of these three options. For more information, see the detailed comparison of Wisconsin's bankruptcy options which compares chapter 7 vs. chapter 13 vs. chapter 128.

Chapter 7

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will discharge most types of unsecured debt. The trustee will sell any significant nonexempt property in order to repay your creditors.

Chapter 13

In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you repay your creditors (some in full, some in part) through a Chapter 13 repayment plan.

Chapter 128

In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you repay your creditors (some in full, some in part) through a Chapter 13 repayment plan.

See a complete side-by-side comparison of the different bankruptcy protection options >


You have a choice in who represents you during your bankruptcy filing, It's an important decision and encourage all prospective clients to do their homework. I believe you will find four things that set me apart from the others...


I specialize in bankruptcy protection and debt relief, It's  all I do. This allows me to foresee any challenges or pitfalls with your case.


As an attorney admitted to practice in Wisconsin's Eastern & Western Federal Courts, I am familiar with local rules, and trustees.


With more than 15 years of  experience in both large firm and private practice, I've handled thousands of cases just like yours.


Getting out from under your debt shouldn't break the bank. I offer first rate debt relief services at affordable prices.



With three convenient locations in Southeastern Wisconsin, Landry Law Offices is here to help you. Schedule your FREE debt relief consultation at one of our Greater Milwaukee Area offices today.



"I believe in personally working with each and every one of my clients."

My name is Ryan M. Landry. I received my undergraduate degree from Carthage College in 1998 with a double major in Criminal Justice and Political Science. I received my Juris Doctorate degree from Marquette University Law School in 2003.


In my 15+ years of practice, I have represented thousands of consumers in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, as well as hundreds of consumers in Wisconsin Chapter 128 plans.


I am a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, and I belong to the Bankruptcy, Insolvency, & Creditors Rights Section. While I am admitted to practice in both the Eastern and Western Federal Courts of Wisconsin, I work primarily with clients in Dodge County, Jefferson County, Kenosha/Racine County, Milwaukee County, Walworth County, Washington County & Waukesha County.

I would highly recommend Ryan Landry Law Offices to anyone needing bankruptcy assistance. Read more


- R.G. from Brookfield

He made me feel comfortable talking with him about my debt & financial situation.

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- G.B. from Kenosha

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