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Is Bankruptcy The Right Choice For You?

Let an Experienced Lawyer Help You Separate Fact From Fiction

Nobody Wants to File for Bankruptcy …

If you’re over your head in bills, you’re facing a difficult choice: remain a slave to your debt forever, or find a better way.

You could continue to live the nightmare of toxic debts, hounded by bill collectors who threaten you day and night.

The looming threats of lawsuits and garnishments lurk around every corner, keeping you filled with terror.

Thankfully, the bankruptcy laws exist to help you conquer your debts and emerge victorious.

 

Find Out If Bankruptcy Is Right For You

Everyone’s got a different situation, and bankruptcy isn’t always the right decision.

And even if bankruptcy is the best solution for you, there are different types of bankruptcy cases depending on your goals.

But you’ll never know unless you pick up the phone and talk with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. Someone who’s got the experience and knowledge you need to get you through your bill problems.

 

Bankruptcy Can Improve Your Credit Score

A good credit score is important. Without good credit we’re less likely to get a new car loan or mortgage, we may pay more for car insurance, and job prospects are severely limited.

If you’re deep in debt, your credit score is probably very low. After all, one of the most important factors in credit scoring involves the percent of your available credit that you’re using. And if you’re past due on any of your debts … well, that just makes things worse.

You want to pay off your debts so you can improve your credit score. But did you know filing bankruptcy will improve your credit faster than paying off the debt?

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York looked at two groups of people – those who filed for bankruptcy, and those who worked to pay off their debts – and found that people who go bankrupt experience a sharper boost in their credit score after bankruptcy than people who do not go bankrupt.

How Bankruptcy Lets You Take Control

  • Catch up on past due mortgage and car payments

  • Force student loans into a payment plan that works for you – not them

  • Stop collection calls at home and at work

  • Halt lawsuits and judgments in their tracks

  • Wipe out credit cards, medical debts and personal loans

  • Pay some personal tax debts over time without further interest or penalties, and wipe out others entirely

  • Protect your belongings and keep what’s yours

  • Start saving for the future without worrying about old debts

3 Simple Steps

  • Make a 6-Minute Phone Call. Just call 866-787-8078 to speak with one of our Scheduling Coordinators about your bill problems. We’ll ask you a few easy questions to get a better idea of your best option for getting out of debt. Whether it’s bankruptcy, dealing with a student loan problem, or defending a collection lawsuit, we want to make sure you get the right answers.
  • Get a No-Obligation Analysis and Strategy Session. When you speak with one of our lawyers, you’ll learn all your debt relief options – even those we don’t handle. We’ll analyze your financial situation and talk about your goals for the future so you can get on the right path. By the end of the session, you’ll have a complete roadmap that details the exact steps you need to take in order to accomplish your goals. Even if we don’t end up working together, you’ll get all your questions answered by an experienced lawyer who understands how to get you to where you want to be.

  • Put Your Plan Into Action. Maybe bankruptcy’s the right solution to your problem, or perhaps you’re better off working with a single creditor to settle a debt. No matter what road you need to take, we can help you get on track and set you up for success. We’ll work with you every step of the way, providing you with the highest level of service and the best possible results.

 

Get The Right Advice – Call Us Now

(866) 787-8078

About Our Attorneys

Jay Fleischman has been practicing bankruptcy law for 19 years.

He has lectured at the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, National Association of Consumer Advocates, Central District of California Bankruptcy Attorneys Association, and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Jay is also a former lecturer and graduate of both Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Boot Camp and the Student Loan Law Workshop.

 

David B. Shaev has been a bankruptcy lawyer for over 35 years.

He’s been featured on New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSNBC, WNBC Television and WCBS Television. David is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, National Association of Consumer Advocates, New York State Bar Association and American Bar Association.

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