THE HELP YOU NEED WHEN FACING BANKRUPTCY
Due to unemployment, sickness or a number of other difficult situations, many people face financial difficulties up to and including the need to file for bankruptcy. There is a tendency to put off dealing with the problem, hoping the situation will change.
LEARN ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS
At the law firm of Scheier Katin & Epstein, P.C., located in Acton, a bankruptcy attorney will listen to you and help you determine how to navigate through the legal issues involved with a personal financial crisis. Your lawyer will explain your options and suggest ways to deal with the legal aspects of your financial dilemma. If bankruptcy is the best option, a bankruptcy attorney will explain what you need to do for a successful bankruptcy filing.
Your participation is essential, but you can count on us to help you and stand with you every step of the way and provide you with the information needed to analyze your situation and decide on the most appropriate actions to take.
Consumer bankruptcy: We will help you determine whether the filing of a bankruptcy petition is appropriate and, if so, whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you.
Home and asset protection: Filing for bankruptcy does not necessarily mean you will lose your home. In fact, it is more likely that you will retain your home from the outset or increase the opportunity to do so during the bankruptcy case.
Bankruptcy misconceptions: There are many myths about bankruptcy. Talk to a lawyer who can make sure you know the law and how it would affect you.
What can I keep? There are many “exemptions” applicable to both real and personal property that creditors and bankruptcy trustees are not allowed to liquidate to pay down debts.
If you are facing foreclosure or bankruptcy, start dealing with the problem today. The lawyers at Scheier Katin & Epstein, P.C., are here to help you sort through your options and make a decision. Contact us and let us know how we can help you.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.