Offering Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy and Debt Negotitation Services
People experience financial trouble for many of reasons, usually through no fault of their own. Issues like the loss of a job, unexpected illness, divorce or just the downturn of the economy in general all have the potential to land someone with unmanageable debt. The United States Bankruptcy Code offers people a legal way to deal with overwhelming debt and, contrary to what some may believe, does not mean folks that file bankruptcy will be penniless and unable to obtain financing for an extended period of time. The best way to determine whether you may be able to benefit from bankruptcy is to discuss your financial situation with a Rochester bankruptcy lawyer as soon as you can.
I have been an attorney for over 31 years, specializing in bankruptcy since I graduated from law school. When I first graduated from law school, I was a law clerk for 2 different bankruptcy judges. I then worked for a law firm that represented creditors in bankruptcy cases. I started my own practice in 1998, and now represent people that need to file bankruptcy. I am also a Chapter 7 Federal Bankruptcy Trustee….[+]
I have represented thousands of folks who have had to file consumer bankruptcy, either in a Chapter 7 case or a Chapter 13. Get relief from harassing creditors, wage garnishment, repossession, or foreclosure.
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