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Getting Debt Relief Through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Having overwhelming debt is a very stressful and difficult situation. It can leave people deeply worried about their own future and their family’s future. It can feel like an inescapable situation in which relief is out of reach. However, there are options for dealing with debt problems and working to get out of debt.

Here at the law firm of Michael Adler, Attorney at Law, we represent individuals in Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. We serve clients in Staten Island, New York.

Giving You An Honest Assessment Of Your Debt Situation

Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharges many debts, including credit card and medical debt, providing a fresh financial start. After filing for bankruptcy, it is possible to rebuild credit and pursue solid financial goals.

At Michael Adler, Attorney at Law, we are always honest with people, and we will give you the answers you need. We know that Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not the best solution for everyone with debt. When you come to us for advice on whether to pursue such a bankruptcy, we will give you an honest and straightforward appraisal of your circumstances. We will not lead you on if you do not have a strong case, as lawyer Michael Adler only takes cases that he is confident will stand up to scrutiny and make it through the bankruptcy process.

We Make The Process Simple For You

For many, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is intimidating, but it does not have to be. With the right help and support, it can actually be a fairly easy and straightforward process. When you have us represent you in a Chapter 7 case, we will clearly explain the process so you know what to expect, and we will handle all the paperwork. We aim to demystify and simplify the experience of going through this type of bankruptcy for our clients.

If you would like to talk with us about whether Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be right for you, complete our online contact form or call 718-356-6300.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.