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Are you facing overwhelming debt in Suffolk County?

Many individuals and families in Suffolk County are suffering under extreme stress through debt-related problems, whether through the loss of a job, lowered hours at work, unexpected medical emergencies or a divorce, among others. When faced with debt that is impossible to resolve, it is necessary to get legal assistance from a Suffolk County bankruptcy lawyer to review the situation. At Jacoby & Jacoby, the legal team has decades of experience in assisting clients in resolving serious debt problems through bankruptcy, as well as alternatives to bankruptcy. The firm provides experienced representation to clients in any of the following types of debt -related matters:

Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving Suffolk County

The recent economic downturn has led to financial disaster for many residents of Suffolk County. Individuals and families are under great financial stress, and many are suffering from constant hounding by creditors, threats of foreclosure or eviction, repossession of vehicles, wage garnishment and other terrible situations. Each case is unique, and in order to advise of the best course of action, it is vital that you get the situation reviewed by one of the skilled attorneys from the firm.

There are some cases in which bankruptcy, either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is the best solution for the client. Others may not want to file bankruptcy due to a variety of reasons. Evaluating the situation can lead to finding a resolution for the financial stress. Act quickly, as in most debt-related problems, they don't tend to improve over time, and fast action can lead to a relief and saving assets that you have worked hard for.

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