Experienced Massachusetts Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bankruptcy lawyer, Neil D. Warrenbrand, serves bankruptcy clients at his convenient office and meeting locations. His main office is located in downtown Boston. He also has meeting locations throughout the Greater Boston, Metro West and North Shore areas.
Many families, individuals and businesses suffering financial stress delay filing bankruptcy, even after it has become clear that bankruptcy is the only reasonable solution. Many worry they will lose all of their property or that their credit will be destroyed. Contrary to this misconception, bankruptcy can help you protect your assets from the reach of your creditors and help you get a financial fresh start. At the same time, filing for bankruptcy will help you to discharge your dischargeable debt such as credit card debt, loans, foreclosure deficiencies and debt from repossessions, and help you on your way to rebuilding your credit and getting a fresh start.
Helping Your Explore Your Debt Relief Options
Learn more about bankruptcy:
Chapter 7 bankruptcy: If you are able to pass the means test, Chapter 7 is the simplest form of bankruptcy.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy: If you are a business owner or an individual with a large amount of debt and cannot or do not want to file Chapter 7, Chapter 11 bankruptcy may be an option.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy: This form of bankruptcy calls for paying some of your unsecured debts, while allowing you to catch up on your secured debt obligations such as home mortgages and car loans.
Stopping home foreclosure: Bankruptcy's automatic stay will stop a home foreclosure and give a homeowner time to either get current on payments or initiate a payment plan.
Taxes and bankruptcy: Generally, income taxes that are more than three years old are dischargeable in bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy and your property: Many assets are exempt under Massachusetts or federal bankruptcy laws. For most people, this will mean you will often be able to keep all of your assets after filing bankruptcy.
Debts you can and cannot discharge: Learn the difference between secured and unsecured debts.
Life after bankruptcy: Upon completion of your bankruptcy, there are steps you can take to improve your credit and regain your financial footing.
Free Consultation with a Bankruptcy Attorney Serving Massachusetts
If you wish to discuss your debt problems with a bankruptcy lawyer who provides experienced and compassionate representation, call 866-959-9065 or fill out the contact form on this Web site to schedule you free initial consultation. My office is conveniently located in downtown Boston and is accessible by all T lines. I also have meeting locations throughout the Greater Boston, Metro West and North Shore areas.