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Law Offices of Marji Hanson
Salt Lake City, Utah Bankruptcy Attorney

Need to get your life back on track? The Law Offices of Marji Hanson is here to help you reduce your debt and get on a path to a brighter future. If you are struggling to pay what you owe, bankruptcy may be the solution. If you file bankruptcy, the law requires creditors to stop contacting you. There are different types of bankruptcy depending on your financial situation and goals. And you do not have to lose your house or car.

Most important, Salt Lake City bankruptcy attorney Marji Hanson is here to talk through your options and help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you. She is not here to judge you. She is not here to push you to file if it is not the best option for you. And, if bankruptcy is right for you, she will do her best to work with you on the payments so the cost of filing doesn't prevent you from seeking relief.

Marji would be happy to speak with you about your options. You may contact her for a free, confidential consultation by phone, by email, or by filling out the online message form. You've worked hard for what you have and you want to keep it — it is Marji's job to help you do that!

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My law practice focuses exclusively on consumer bankruptcy law. I can help you decide if bankruptcy will solve your problems and which program, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, is best suited to meet your financial needs. I have learned about the bankruptcy system in the District of Utah from the inside out.

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