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Bronx, New York Bankruptcy Lawyers

logoDavid Brodman, Attorney At Law, 718-239-7110
633 Lydig Avenue, 1st Floor, Bronx, NY 10462 USA
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logoThe Law Offices of Daniel M. Katzner, P.C., 718-589-3999
1025 Longwood Avenue, Bronx, New York USA
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logoLieber & Lieber, LLP, 212-949-5586
60 East 42nd Street, Suite 2102, New York, NY 10165 USA
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The bankruptcy lawyers of Bronx, New York that have partnered with BankruptcyAction.com are friendly, experienced and highly skilled bankruptcy and insolvency experts who can help people who have become hopelessly stuck in debt get a fresh start to their financial life. To help you start on the path to financial freedom we offer individuals struggling with debt a free and confidential evaluation meeting with a Bronx insolvency lawyer.

The Bronx bankruptcy attorneys listed on this page can explain your options and rights for getting out of debt. The attorney can help you with stopping harassing creditor collection attempts, getting out of debt and learning how to manage your finances successfully in the future. The insolvency law in Bronx was written to give a person a chance for a fresh start. If you are stuck in debt that you are unable to repay you can legally take advantage of the Bronx insolvency laws. When you decide to go bankrupt you must file under chapter 7 or chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code. Your bankruptcy attorney can help you determine whether chapter 7 or chapter 13 is right for you based on your finances.

A chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to wipe out your debt in as little time as possible. Most chapter 7 bankruptcy cases can be over in 4 months, and all of the eligible debt that you owe can be eliminated. Because there are the bankruptcy exemptions in New York, it is possible to protect your assets from seizure when filing under chapter 7.

If you go bankrupt under the chapter 13 bankruptcy code it is possible to enter into a plan to repay a portion of your debts over a period of 3 to 5 years to your creditors.