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Bankruptcy is one of the many parts of our legal system that makes our nation great. It provides deserving debtors with a fresh start. Bankruptcy allows people from all walks of life, who have fallen on hard times, the opportunity to start over again with a clean slate. The word, "Bankruptcy", often has a stigma or veil of shame attached to it. This stigma is somewhat undeserved. Bankruptcy can also be viewed as an essential tool that encourages entrepreneurs to take risks for the sake of economic progress and allows individuals, who would otherwise give up, the incentive to start over. It also provides individuals the means to save their homes and improve their credit rating. In short, for those who need it, bankruptcy is a blessing. It is no coincidence that some of our happiest clients are our bankruptcy clients as we were able to alleviate thier financial burdens and provide them with a fresh start.
We take great pride in the reputation we have built and hold ourselves to the highest professional standards. The bankruptcy process can be complex and intimidating without proper representation. Having an experienced, knowledgeable, and detail oriented attorney is crucial to obtaining the best outcome possible. Please view our About Us section and for a quick glance at some previous cases we have handled, please view our Case Summary page. We want you to get to know us and what we can do for you!
If you are just starting to think about bankruptcy as a possible option and are confused or have questions, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions in our FAQS section that you could use as a starting point to simplify the process. For a more detailed and broad overview , the section entitled General Bankruptcy Information will provide you with a basic foundation in understanding the general laws and specific types of bankruptcy you may qualify for as an individual - chapter 7, chapter 11, chapter 13.