At the bankruptcy Law Offices of David M. Offen, we’re prepared to help you get a fresh start. When good people have financial problems, they owe it to themselves to consider bankruptcy – an honest solution to your financial woes.

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The Law Offices of David M. Offen practice Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy law in Pennsylvania, and can offer you the debt relief and immediate help, attention, and protection you deserve. Stop living a life of stress and worry – call us today and let us help you find the best solution to your financial difficulties.

Filing for Bankruptcy in Millbourne

The Law Offices of David M. Offen provide personal service and have helped over 8500 clients obtain a fresh start. People encounter financial problems as a result of many different circumstances, including high interest rates, illness or injury, divorce or separation, job loss, or the death of a family member. We have worked with clients considering bankruptcy for over 20 years and have gained the necessary experience to best serve your unique situation.

Contact us now to schedule a free consultation. We can advise you on the best move to make right now, and we consider non-bankruptcy alternatives as well, always taking your needs into consideration.

Don’t File For Bankruptcy in Millbourne Without Consulting Us

Unfortunately, there is a great deal of misinformation out there when it comes to bankruptcy. You can count on The Law Offices of David M. Offen for accurate bankruptcy information from an experienced and compassionate lawyer who will answer all your questions. Our office staff is very friendly and will always address any concerns you may have about filing for bankruptcy. We’re here to provide you with answers to your questions — we want you to walk out of our offices feeling better than when you walked in.


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

Can I keep my house, car, and personal items?

Bankruptcy law allows for certain exemptions to protect your home and vehicle, as well as a certain amount of personal property.  We will help you sort through your options and make the best decisions for your unique circumstances.  You should keep in mind that the purpose of the bankruptcy laws is to help people who are in debt get a fresh start without being burdened with debt

How does bankruptcy affect credit?

Bankruptcy is a hit on your credit report, and it will remain for 10 years. However, many people find that it does not hurt them as badly as they expected. By the time you file for bankruptcy, you probably already do not have very good credit. Getting rid of those skyrocketing debts can make it easier to build new credit after your bankruptcy is complete.

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, 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.