Let a New York bankruptcy lawyer help you take back control of your financial life.
Filing bankruptcy may help you eliminate debt and ensure your property is protected.
Bankruptcy can address most forms of debt, including debt relating to credit cards, medical bills, mortgages and more.
To see how the decision to file for bankruptcy may impact your debt, speak with a New York bankruptcy lawyer. Your lawyer can take you through the process and be an ally in your fight against your debt. You don't have to sit idly by under the burden of debt. You can take action.
Take the first steps towards financial independence today. Call, toll free, 877-349-1309 toll free or fill out our free case evaluation form on this page and we'll connect you with a New York bankruptcy lawyer near you.
Filing bankruptcy can give people the opportunity they needed to get back on financial track and start fresh.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy was designed to eliminate unsecured debt like medical bills, credit card debt and payday loans. Chapter 13 bankruptcy may help you protect large amounts of property by setting up a repayment plan so you can eventually repay those bills and keep his or her property.
Both types may protect your property from foreclosure and repossession. To see which type of bankruptcy may be right for you, and for further relevant bankruptcy information, speak with a bankruptcy lawyer.
Both types of bankruptcies offer the protection of the automatic stay. The automatic stay is designed to stop:
Many people feel that after bankruptcy they can turn start a new chapter in their life. This may be a great opportunity to start new saving habits, rebuild your credit and move closer to your goals.
Talk to a New York bankruptcy attorney about your filing bankruptcy options today! Simply call 877-349-1309 or complete the free case evaluation form on this page and we'll connect you directly.
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.