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504 615-9953

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Menszer Law offers solutions which can change your life.

You will not be handed off to other people. John will personally handle your case.

Call or leave a message, he will call you back. Talking is better. Emails work too.

John Menszer has over 25 years of bankruptcy law experience.

John can cut through the confusion. He can help you to reach a clear understanding of the legal basis of your case. He offers:

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      • Flat-rate fees

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