Financial problems can happen to anyone. Circumstances such as illness, loss of income, death of a family member, and even divorce can send expenses spiraling out of control. Whatever the cause, bankruptcy is an honest solution to good people’s financial troubles. At the Law Offices of David M. Offen, we are ready to help you get a fresh start. We practice both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy law, and we can offer you immediate protection from your creditors.

Filing for Bankruptcy in Abington

Attorney David M. Offen has been finding solutions to his clients’ financial problems for more than 20 years. Over 8500 clients have obtained a fresh start through the personalized services of the Law Offices of David M. Offen. We consider non-bankruptcy alternatives as well, and can advise you on the best moves for you to make based on your own unique situation.

We provide several benefits:

  • FREE CONSULTATION
  • AFFORDABLE FEES
  • EASY PAYMENT PLANS
  • FLEXIBLE APPOINTMENT SCHEDULE INCLUDING EVENINGS
  • GREAT PERSONAL SERVICE

Consult Us First!

A lot of misinformation is floating around on filing for bankruptcy in Abington — we’ll make sure you get the accurate information you deserve from a caring and compassionate lawyer. Our office is very friendly, and we will make sure we address all of your concerns and answer every question you have. We want you to walk out of our offices feeling better than when you walked in.

FAQ

Everyone’s situation is different, but here are general answers to the most common concerns:

Will I lose my house/car/stuff?

Generally, no. Bankruptcy laws allow you to claim certain exemptions to protect your home and  vehicle, as well as a certain amount of personal property. We will go through the details of your case with you and help you make the best decisions for you.  You should realize that the bankruptcy laws were designed with the purpose of allowing people who are in debt to get a fresh start.

Will my credit be shot?

It’s true that bankruptcy is a hit on your credit report that remains for 10 years. But the impact is not as serious as many people think. By the time you file for bankruptcy, your credit is already bad, and some people find that they can quickly reestablish credit after the filing of the bankruptcy.

The U.S. Congress has declared our office to be a debt relief agency. We proudly help file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

If you are ready to take the first steps toward financial freedom and getting a fresh start, call the Law Offices of David M. Offen today at (215) 625-9600 to schedule your free initial consultation. We’re here to help you every step of the way.