UpRight Law Offers Pro Bono Bankruptcy Services to Veterans This December

National online consumer law firm to help veterans and their families achieve better financial futures

UpRight Law, an innovative national consumer law firm with a mission to improve access to the justice system, announced their holiday commitment to help veterans and their families with pro bono Chapter 7 bankruptcy services through the month of December.

UpRight Law is offering to help one veteran and the veteran’s immediate family for each day of the month of December, for a total of 31 cases.

“Many families struggle through financial hardship, and unfortunately that includes veterans too,” said Managing Partner Kevin Chern, UpRight Law. “UpRight Law wants to give back to those who have sacrificed to serve our country. Veterans often return from active duty with unique challenges, including financial ones. We have the skills and resources to help them get a fresh start and rebuild their financial future. Since 2000, over 10 million Americans have filed for bankruptcy to get a much-needed fresh start.”

If interested, veterans can read the terms of the pro bono service and sign up by filling out the form at www.uprightlaw.com/bk/veterans.

UpRight Law has a track record of helping in the community. Attorneys at UpRight Law’s headquarters have provided over 400 hours to pro bono services and its partners in the field have provided many more. Additionally, UpRight Law has contributed time and money to causes such as Autism Speaks, Chicago Cares and local shelters for clothing drives during the holiday season. Chern added, “Offering the Veteran’s Pro Bono Bankruptcy Service, now for the second year, is consistent with our core values. We are proud to play a small part in supporting our veterans.”

About UpRight Law

Founded in 2013, UpRight Law is a pioneering national consumer law firm with more than 400 local partner attorneys across all 50 states. UpRight Law’s social mission is to bring access to justice to millions of hardworking Americans by using technology to remove the most common obstacles that prevent consumers from receiving high-quality and affordable legal representation. For more information, visit the firm’s website at www.uprightlaw.com.

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Source: UpRight Law


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