Harper Law Office

Are you Having Problems with Any of These?

If so, you need to come see me.

I can help.


Garnished Paychecks

Rude Phone Calls

Medical Bills

Credit Card Debt

Relentless Bill Collectors

Repossessed Vehicles

Antagonistic Attorneys

Home Foreclosure

Continuous Court Appearances

Calls at Work

Confiscatory Interest Rates

Un-ending Fees



Using the Bankruptcy Code

We Can Put a Stop To It Once & For All

Harper Law Office is a Debt Relief Agency under Federal Law

John Harper

Bankruptcy Attorney

I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.


214 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 206­

Topeka, KS 66603­

Phone: 785-354-8188­

Fax 785-232-4159


Bankruptcy Questions?



 Call Today for a Free Appointment Tomorrow.­


Your Fresh Financial Start Begins Here at Harper Law Office



Attorney or No Attorney?


 Here’s what the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s

Official Website has to say on this subject.


Individuals can file bankruptcy without an attorney, which is called filing pro se. However, seeking the advice of a qualified attorney is strongly recommended because bankruptcy has long-term financial and legal outcomes.


“Filing personal bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 takes careful preparation and understanding of legal issues. Misunderstandings of the law or making mistakes in the process can affect your rights. Court employees and bankruptcy judges are prohibited by law from offering legal advice.


The following is a list of ways your lawyer can help you with your case.


  • Advise you on whether to file a bankruptcy petition.

  • Advise you under which chapter to file.

  • Advise you on whether your debts can be discharged.

  • Advise you on whether or not you will be able to keep your home, car, or other property after you file.

  • Advise you of the tax consequences of filing.

  • Advise you on whether you should continue to pay creditors.

  • Explain bankruptcy law and procedures to you.

  • Help you complete and file forms.

  • Assist you with most aspects of your bankruptcy case.

Pominent Americans Who Got a Fresh Financial Start


Bankruptcy laws were enacted in order to give individuals a fresh financial start. It is nothing about which to be ashamed. Many prominent americans have filed bankruptcy & then gone on to future personal & financial success. Here are just a few of them:


Thomas Jefferson - 3rd American president

Ulysses S. Grant - 18th American president

William McKinley - 25th American president

Dave Ramsey - self professed "get out of" guru

Walt Disney - of Mickey Mouse & Disneyland fame

P.T. Barnum – of the Barnum & Bailey Circus

Mark Twain - American author

Oscar Wilde - playwright

Henry John Heinz - Heinz ketchup mogul

Milton Hershey - founder of Hershey's chocolate

Henry Ford - automobile manufacturer

J.C. Penney - founder of the department store chain

Mickey Rooney - actor

Debbie Reynolds - move actress & hotel owner

Johnny Unitas - NFL Hall of Fame quarterback

Dorothy Hamill - figure skater, Olympian

Bjorn Borg - tennis star

Jerry Lee Lewis - rock & roll star

Burt Reynolds - movie star

Gary Busey - actor

Nicholas Cage - actor

Kim Basinger - actress, former wife of Alec Baldwin

MC Hammer - entertainer, musician, dancer (Hammer Time)

Willie Nelson - country music legend

Mike Tyson - boxer, filed Chapter 11

Joe Lewis - boxer

Terrell Owens - NFL football player

Stephen Baldwin - actor

Jose Conseco - MLB baseball player

George McGovern - former presidential candidate

John Connally - Texas governor riding ­ with JFK



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