Suffern Bankruptcy Lawyer
Getting Help with Suffern Bankruptcy
If your debt has become unmanageable, you may be considering filing for bankruptcy. A Suffern bankruptcy lawyer will be able to present you with all of your options. Choosing the right firm to represent you is vital in securing your financial future. Bronson Law Offices, P.C. has over 25 years of experience practicing law. We have received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, their highest rating, consistently for the past 20 years. Our attorneys are excellent listeners and will help you put your financial issues into perspective. Rebuilding your credit will take hard work, but we can put you on the path to success. We are members of the New York and Pennsylvania State Bars, as well as the Association of Consumer Attorneys, the New York Bar Association, and the American Bankruptcy Institute.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharges your debt and removes any obligation you have to pay it back. Chapter 13 is a system of controlled repayment of your debt over three or five years. We are experienced in fighting foreclosure with Chapter 13, and we regularly take on cases with foreclosure defense. We can walk you through the means test, which tells you what type of bankruptcy you qualify for. Our firm can help you find workable alternatives to bankruptcy and help you with loan modifications and debt negotiation. We regularly accept cases requiring loss mitigation, tax negotiation, asset protection and divorce bankruptcy. Though it may feel like you are out of options, our firm has the experience necessary to help you during this difficult time. We make it a point to come up with creative solutions that other firms may neglect to consider.
Suffern Bankruptcy Filing
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act protect s you from debt collector abuse. Our firm will make sure your harassment ends a s soon as you become our client. We will divert all collector communications to our office so you can get back to living your life. Our firm will also take the time to prepare you for life after bankruptcy. Rebuilding your credit is a long-term process that requires planning. We will address your immediate financial concerns and also set you up for future stability. Some of the steps to take in order to re-establish sound budgeting and improve your credit include opening a bank account and make regular deposits, being sure to spend within your means. You can apply for a small department store or secured credit card, use it minimally and pay it off each month. We will advise you on how to rebuild your credit using realistic steps, so let us begin helping you today.
Contact a Suffern bankruptcy attorney today to consult with our firm about your finances.
Suffern Resource Links
Bankruptcy Info Center
Map of Suffern