Newburgh Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyers
People encounter financial troubles for many reasons. Regardless of the reason, financial obstacles can cause great stress. If you have considered bankruptcy as an option for debt relief, you can turn to our experienced attorneys for guidance.
For more than 40 years, Greher Law Offices, P.C., has been serving the needs of individuals throughout the Hudson Valley in bankruptcy law. Our lawyers take a hands-on approach to helping people find debt relief and commit to providing personalized attention that is tailored to meet their legal needs.
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Basics
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is frequently referred to as “no-asset bankruptcy.” Those who qualify for Chapter 7 under the means test are able to discharge most unsecured debts, including credit card, medical and personal debts. Unlike Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you do not pay any of your debts back to creditors. Your assets are liquidated and you start with a clean slate.
The Newburgh Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys at our firm can help explain the bankruptcy process, inform you of your legal options and make certain your best interests are protected at all times.
Experienced Lawyers Answering Your Bankruptcy Questions
Most individuals will have questions about the bankruptcy process. This may include misconceptions about bankruptcy. We are here to dispel common myths and answer your questions, which may include:
- How can I stop creditor harassment?
- Will I lose everything I own in bankruptcy?
- Do I need a bankruptcy lawyer to file bankruptcy?
- How can I rebuild my credit?
- Can I keep my home?
Contact Our Orange County, New York, Debt Relief Attorneys
Take the initiative and protect your rights. Contact us at 845-764-4268 or 866-794-9313 to schedule a free initial consultation. Our office is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with evening and weekend appointments available by request.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.