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Uniondale Bankruptcy Attorney

Filing Bankruptcy in Uniondale?

Recent changes in bankruptcy laws have made it a little more complex to file for bankruptcy and to qualify. When you are facing crushing debt, it is critical that you explore the option of either Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy before the situation gets worse. A Uniondale bankruptcy lawyer from Jacoby & Jacoby can assist you in seeking a solution for unmanageable debt. The clients are hardworking and responsible people who have run into difficulty through a divorce, medical bills, or in some cases, a change in the terms of their mortgage that became impossible to pay. The firm assists clients in resolving the most complex financial difficulties through the use of federal bankruptcy laws. The legal team provides legal representation in any of the following matters:

Bankruptcy Lawyer in Uniondale

The firm has assisted over 15,000 individuals in filing for bankruptcy and has saved millions of dollars for them through filing either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. It is important to get advice from a bankruptcy lawyer from the firm before suffering further under overwhelming debt. Many have been operating by juggling credit card debt, emptying their savings or even their retirement accounts, which would not have been necessary if they had filed for bankruptcy.

For those who have no possibility of being able to financially handle their current consumer debt and other obligations, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is likely the best option. If you do not qualify for Chapter 7, or own too much property, Chapter 13 gives the opportunity to pay off your outstanding debt over a period of 3 - 5 years. Each type of bankruptcy has its benefits to the client and can lead to a complete resolution of the financial problems that have become unmanageable. Take the opportunity to find out more about how to move forward in getting a fresh start and contact the firm to discuss your personal financial situation.

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