Achieving Debt Relief Through Bankruptcy

Have you fallen behind on bills and can't seem to find any way to catch up? Do you have many thousands of dollars of credit card debt, medical bills or other obligations that make it difficult for you to pay your mortgage or rent? Have you considered tapping a retirement account or borrowing from family members to pay basic expenses? These are all clear signs that it may be time to speak with a qualified bankruptcy lawyer.

Filing bankruptcy is not the right step for everyone with too much debt, but numerous people across the U.S. each year find it is the one reliable way to get the fresh start they need. People in Broome County, Tioga County and the surrounding area turn to me, Lauren S. Cohen, for clear, helpful counsel on viable options.

Get Reliable Answers And Honest Counsel On Your Debt Relief Options

If you qualify based on income guidelines and other factors, filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be a relatively quick, straightforward way to eliminate unsecured debts and stop creditor harassment. While I take a compassionate, balanced approach and never pressure clients to file, I can state with certainty that:

  • Personal bankruptcy is the best available solution for many people who have suffered unavoidable financial setbacks such as a job loss, medical crisis or divorce. In many cases, a discharge of these debts enables them to regain stability, save their homes and focus on work and family.
  • There are many prevalent myths and misconceptions about bankruptcy. Anyone considering payday loans, debt consolidation programs or other solutions should learn the truth about bankruptcy first.

By working together, we can take action to rebuild your finances and guide you toward a better, brighter life post-bankruptcy.

Turn To An Experienced Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer You Can Trust

Should you pursue debt relief through bankruptcy? A Binghamton area attorney who will help you make a solid, educated decision is one call or email away. To schedule your free initial telephone consultation, call me, Lauren S. Cohen, at 607-821-0100, 866-539-2596 or contact me via email now.

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