What clients say about us:
I would like to say. You have been one of the nicest, most upstanding person I have ever met when people are down and at their lowest you sure do understand what it means to be there. I want to thank you for everything you and your office has done for me. You all have made a very hard time in my life easier. I have spoken highly of you to many people and given out your business cards. I will definitely do the things that you have asked me to do. Thanks again from the bottom of my heart. Lisa -Portgage, IN
I’m a low income single mother of four children. I messed up my credit not knowing the importance of it. I inquired Peter Francis because of the constant advertising of the firm. Lawyer Jason Shimotake was very pleasant and let me make a very affordable down payment…trust me when I say these guys are great. If you can’t make your payment this firm will happily work with you. Talk about professionalism? I mean I felt like I already paid in full because I was treated as such. Starlette – Chicago, IL
Nice Things Geraci Law Staff does:
Geraci Law attorney Mario Arreola reports: A client signed up to file a Chapter 13 to prevent the City of Chicago from suspending her license for parking tickets. She had planned on going to one of our main competitors, but former co-workers from USPS told her no – go to Geraci Law instead! I also showed her a typical Chapter 13 plan from this other firm. This firm has a reputation for filing Chapter 13 plans with a low initial payment, then increasing the payment after filing because the plan is underfunded. I told her to let me know who the co-workers are and will give her credit for a discount.
She said, “Praise the Lord for PFG and her friends who referred her.” Little by little, the tide is turning against sub-par bankruptcy firms; their reputation will suffer as more people find out about their shabby work and misleading sales tactics. We file Chapter 13 plans that are designed to succeed, instead of plans that are doomed to fail.
Geraci Law paralegal Haddassah Mendoza reports: I helped a Spanish speaking client to his 341 Meeting of Creditors. He’s a bipolar Spanish speaking client. I’ve spoken to him many times and he’s had good days and bad days. I was concerned he would be nervous and scared. Those normal fears could be exacerbated by his condition and not understanding the language without someone to translate. I know the court has an official translator at the 341, but our clients have questions from the moment they get off the elevator. Waiting can be very difficult and lonely. They don’t know what to expect, they especially worry about feeling shamed about filing. I also knew he didn’t have anyone going with him. It felt great to be there for him; ease his fears, talk him through what was going on.