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Buffalo Bankruptcy Lawyers

If you're tired of harassing phone calls from your creditors, maybe it's time you made a phone call of your own.

Your Buffalo bankruptcy lawyer might get you started on the bankruptcy process that may lead to debt elimination and a fresh start for your life.

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Buffalo bankruptcy lawyers can tell you about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and explain how they can reform your debt.

Each chapter works in its own way to help you find a real, legally protected solution to your debt problems. Bankruptcy also offers special protections that may help you keep your home, car and other property.

If you're faced with serious debt, take action today. Contact a bankruptcy lawyer and start fighting your debt.

To speak with a local Buffalo bankruptcy lawyer, fill out the below form.

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Facts About Bankruptcy

Like any decision you make, you should get all the facts before filing bankruptcy. That's why a bankruptcy lawyer can be so helpful. Your lawyer can answer questions you have about filing and how it can affect your debt.

Your Buffalo bankruptcy lawyer may also clear up any confusion or misconceptions you might have. For starters, here are some common myths about filing bankruptcy:

  • "You won't be able to buy a house or a car, or rent an apartment, after bankruptcy." You should be a good credit risk once you have been discharged, and you may not have any trouble making purchases. You may need a cosigner for large purchases, but if you work to build up your credit you may be able to move beyond this too.
  • "Bankruptcy cannot get rid of debts like student loans and taxes." This is simply not true. Chapter 13 bankruptcy may address certain tax debt. In some cases, it may be able to help with student loan debt. In fact, you may be able to have your student loan debt discharged, in certain circumstances.
  • "You can handle your bankruptcy yourself." You are permitted to handle your own bankruptcy if you wish. However, bankruptcy involves a complex interplay of state and federal laws, and there may be many pitfalls for the inexperienced. Your filing may be one of the most important events of your financial life. You want to be sure you take advantage of this opportunity for a fresh start.

To learn how bankruptcy may reform your debt and for information on New York bankruptcy laws, speak with a local Buffalo bankruptcy lawyer. Just call us, toll free, at 877-349-1309 or fill out the free form on this page and we'll connect you right away.

Note: Keep in mind all laws are complex. If you need legal advice or want to fully understand how these laws affect you, please speak with a local attorney.

Laws may have changed since our last update. For the latest information on your state's bankruptcy laws, speak to a local bankruptcy lawyer.

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