Utility Shut-Off

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Can You Stop My Utilities From Being Shut Off?

In some situations, the financial situation is so great, some families are juggling to pay all bills due and are unable to pay the necessities, such as the electric bill. If an electric bill becomes past due, a notice may be received designating a shutoff date. By filing a bankruptcy before such shutoff date, we can stop the utility from being turned off and eliminate the past due amount in bankruptcy; however, a security deposit will be required to be paid immediately, in which we can then file a motion with the Court to grant you an additional 90 days to pay the deposit.

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1 Eagle Center, Suite #3A
O'Fallon, IL 62269
(618) 235-9800
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Granite City

1600 Pontoon Road, Suite B
Granite City, IL 62040
(618) 235-9800
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2721 S. Broadway (Rt. 37 South)
Salem, IL 62881
(618) 548-0083
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Mt. Vernon

4106 Broadway
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
(618) 548-0083
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400 N. Keller Drive, Suite F
Effingham, IL 62401
(217) 342-0333
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