Stop annoying bill collector harassment.
Prevent repossession and foreclosure.
Avoid lawsuits, wage garnishments, and utility shut-offs.
Reduce headaches, burden, and financial stress.
Eliminate thousands of dollars of bad debt.

Call or e-mail me today for your fresh start!
(920) 490-6160
Are you struggling with credit cards, payday loans, medical bills, or auto repair bills? You are not alone. Every year, thousands of Wisconsin residents file for bankruptcy protection in order to stop wage garnishments, bank levies, utility shut-offs, repossession, and foreclosure. Bankruptcy gives them the fresh start they need to get their finances back on track and put an end to debt collector harassment.


My name is Greg Holbus, and I am an attorney practicing bankruptcy law in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Over the years, I've helped thousands of individuals achieve debt relief and better manage their finances. I've helped people from all over the state of Wisconsin. The majority of my clients come from northeast Wisconsin and the Fox Valley, including Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Kewaunee, Oconto, Marinette, and Shawano.


I work closely with my clients to guide them through the bankruptcy process, to ensure that their experience is as smooth and painless as possible. Unlike larger law firms that pass work off to untrained assistants and filter communication through call centers, you'll get a personal experience with me. As a solo practitioner, my clients deal with me and no one else. I offer extended office hours to better accommodate your busy work schedule, and I answer all messages as promptly as I can. I'll do everything in my power to help get you back on the right track so that hopefully, you'll never need to file for bankruptcy again in the future.


Most of my work is in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, with an emphasis on saving homes from foreclosure via Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. However, I won't pigeon-hole you into bankruptcy if you don't need it. I offer free initial consultations so I can evaluate your financial circumstances. If an alternative route makes more sense - such as Chapter 128, budget counseling, or something else entirely - I will advise you in a manner that I believe will be most beneficial for you and try to give you as many viable options to choose from as possible.


Bankruptcy doesn't make you a bad person. It's a tool that honest Americans can avail themselves to in order to get a fresh start financially. There are a lot of myths about bankruptcy that scare people away from getting the help they need. Don't let fear and misinformation stop you. Get the facts about bankruptcy so you can make an informed decision. The first step is to call me at (920) 490-6160 or e-mail me today for a free initial consultation.