Consumer Financial Justice

Consumer Bankruptcy Law Project (CBLP)

The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic unleashed not only a worldwide health crisis of epic proportion, but economic devastation the likes of which rival The Great Depression. The Consumer Bankruptcy Law Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit legal services organization founded to help individuals file for debt relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code. Our mission is to help those financially disadvantaged because of unemployment or underemployment or who have lost their businesses owing to Stay-At-Home and Business Cessation orders issued by federal, state, and local governments. We also want to help relieve the weight from outrageous medical bills, predatory credit card practices, high-rate personal loans, and unscrupulous payday lenders.

Roger LeFevre

Executive Director & Senior Legal Analyst

Consumer Bankruptcy Law Project

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Consumer Financial Justice through Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 Debt Discharge and Chapter 13 Repayment Plans 

Complimentary Consultation

Learn if bankruptcy is right for you.

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Our Focus is Bankruptcy

Why Clients Choose Us

Our goal is to relieve the stress of overburdened debt. 

Our professional team is not only talented in the practice of bankruptcy law, but collectively possess a spirit of community giveback and desire to help others in their time of need.


Words From Clients

  • Was a life saver for me to work with this professional team. I filed for Chapter 13 and successfully completed my repayment plan with these people’s terrific service. They also won a lien strip adversarial proceeding on my behalf, which allowed the complete discharge of an unsecured second mortgage. Am really thankful for their guidance!

    Miguel M
  • During the last severe Recession I needed to explore Chapter 7 bankruptcy because my business was impacted by a rent increase and significantly reduced revenue — not unlike what is happening now because of the impact of the Coronavirus shutdown. Most attorneys wanted a small fortune of $2,500 to $4,500 to assist with my bankruptcy. Luckily my brother was able to get me connected to these bankruptcy professionals who got me through the bankruptcy maze. I will always be grateful.

    Lynn H