If you’ve been backed into a corner financially by credit card debt, medical bills, divorce, or another hardship, bankruptcy is an option for you.
Filing a bankruptcy petition shouldn’t take more than a couple of days depending upon the completeness and accuracy of the financial information you provide to your lawyer. With good financial records, your petition can be filed quickly. Creditors must stop all collection activities, such as calls and letters, and you will be looking at a fresh start. Once your petition is underway, your participation in the process lasts about three months, and the entire process is completed in about five months.
When a loved one dies, administering a will is often the last thing you want to face. However, it’s important to start the process of organizing the deceased’s financial affairs and determining their wishes regarding their property. As reliable family law attorneys, we are fully prepared to help with probate and estate administration and charge reasonable rates for the process. We also handle non-probate transfers and will contests.
As a working person, you need your job and the income it provides. If you’ve been injured on the job, you should consult an experienced worker’s compensation lawyer so that you don’t miss out on any benefits. If the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation denies your claim, you have only 14 days to appeal. Our office will help you with your claim and any further action.
We’ll help you with a range of legal matters for wills, powers-of-attorney, and trusts.
Our attorneys are ready to help you with residential and commercial real estate transactions, whether you are selling or purchasing. Our knowledgeable team is ready to make sure no issues will arise that can affect your transaction. We serve as counsel for owners, buyers, sellers, developers, and landlords.
In the aftermath of serious injury or accidental death, make sure you meet with an attorney before agreeing to any settlement with an insurance company. We help with personal injury cases and any civil litigation that arises from the matter.