Bankruptcy Law

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Practice Chair, Ryan Duffy Sullivan, Esq.

Every day, individuals become increasingly burdened with the pressures of housing costs, high interest credit cards, unemployment, outrageous educational expenses, and rising health care costs. The Bankruptcy Code waswritten so that struggling individuals and families could put their financial difficulties behind them by either putting a plan in place to get them back on track, or by providing them with an opportunity for a fresh start.

We offer free initial consultations, affordable flat fees, and manageable payment plans for individuals who have fallen on hard times and can no longer pay their debts. We have a clear understanding of the Bankruptcy Code and we are dedicated to helping our clients understand it as well. We have not only helped families save their homes and keep their cars, we have helped individuals regain their financial freedom.

Whether you are facing an impending foreclosure; have medical bills you can no longer pay; or are consistently being bombarded with collection calls, you owe it to yourself to sit down with a bankruptcy attorney to explore whether bankruptcy is the right option for you.

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