Serving Clients from Bensalem, Croyden, Newportville, Feasterville, and Trevose, PA
Our bankruptcy attorneys have proudly served the Philadelphia area for over 20 years, helping thousands of people get a fresh start.
Over the years, our attorneys have helped thousands of bankruptcy clients clear burdensome debt, prevent their cars from being repossessed, get their cars back after repossession, and save their homes from foreclosure. Let us help you – call our skilled bankruptcy lawyers in Greater Philadelphia today for your free, no-obligation consultation and we can analyze your situation and discuss your options.
Curious about alternatives to bankruptcy?
Our bankruptcy attorneys also help clients with debt negotiation, debt consolidation, and debt settlement. There are times these alternatives are better for a client than for bankruptcy.
Do you have IRS debt?
There are circumstances in which back-owed income tax can be discharged in bankruptcy.
Do you have student loan debt you cannot repay?
While it is very rare for student loan debt to be dischargeable in bankruptcy, there are other actions you can take to make your student loan payment more affordable.
Do you owe past-due alimony or child support?
Again, bankruptcy cannot directly address that debt but by getting other debt discharged in bankruptcy, you may be able to more easily afford the support payments you must make.
Do you have medical bills you cannot repay?
Many people do, under our current healthcare system. It is very common for people to file a bankruptcy petition to get the medical debt discharged. Being free of that debt is life-changing.
Are your credit card balances out of control?
Many people file bankruptcy just for this reason. Call us to schedule your free consultation and we will discuss what we can do for you – through bankruptcy or bankruptcy alternatives.
Curious about Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
Most consumer debtors file these types.
Are you concerned that you will lose all of your property if you file bankruptcy?
While the Chapter 7 trustee does have the power to seize and sell assets for the benefit of creditors, your attorney carefully applies “exemptions” that keep your property out of the reach of the trustee.
Are you concerned about your credit score if you file bankruptcy?
Chances are you are behind in your bills right now and your credit score has already taken a hit. Come on in and talk with us – we will look at your situation and discuss the ramification of filing bankruptcy in your unique circumstances. Some people find that their credit score rises after their bankruptcy case closes because their debt-to-income ration improved so dramatically!
People in Bensalem, Croyden, Newportville, Feasterville, Trevose, and surrounding areas deserve to find out what options they have to resolve debt that they cannot hope to pay. Your initial consultation is always free. Call us and let us help you get a fresh start.