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Do you own a home or are you currently renting?

Are you behind on either your mortgage or rent payment?

Do you have credit card bills?

Are you behind on your credit card bills?

Have you or anyone in your household experienced a medical condition that has resulted in unpaid medical bills?

Are you past due on any state or federal taxes?

Are you currently behind on your car payment?

Why are you considering bankruptcy as an option?

A Bankruptcy Lawyer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy in the state of Pennsylvania, hiring a bankruptcy lawyer to represent you is strongly advised.  While individuals may be reluctant to hire a lawyer to avoid paying a legal fee, the decision to represent yourself can result in more stress, more work for you, and potential errors on the bankruptcy petition.  The bankruptcy laws are complex and detailed.  Our Philadelphia Bankruptcy lawyer has assisted hundreds of clients with bankruptcy cases, and can help make sure that you are advised of all the relevant laws that affect your particular circumstance.

Once a bankruptcy petition is finalized and the debts are discharged, nothing more can be added to the petition.  Thus, if you neglect to include a debt, it will not be discharged.  In some cases, a creditor will seek to stop the bankruptcy and file a motion with the court that requires a response.  Our New Jersey bankruptcy lawyer has experience in responding.  Since your bankruptcy petition will be the way out of your debts, it is important to make sure that you are able to discharge all debts that the law allows.  Our experienced Philadelphia bankruptcy attorney handling your case protects you from mistakes, uncertainty, and from what you don’t know.

A bankruptcy attorney also serves as an intermediary between you, the court and your creditors.  Further collection attempts from creditors can be routed to our office, which spares you the time and stress of these calls.  Many communications may need to occur between you, your trustee, and your creditors throughout the bankruptcy process. Having our attorney deal with all these communications as your representative can also ensure that your case is handled smoothly, rapidly, and with competence.

For experienced legal representation in your bankruptcy case, contact the experienced Philadelphia area bankruptcy lawyer at our firm now!