BANKRUPTCY: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. What was commonly referred to as Save the House Plans is available when you file Chapter 13. These types of plans are suited for homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments. Our attorneys will meet with you to determine which plan is best for you.
STUDENT LOANS: The challenges of managing student loan debt can lead some borrowers to fall behind on their loan payments and in some cases even default on their debt obligation, with such consequences as a damaged credit rating, losing their tax refund, or garnished wages. Because credit ratings are increasingly scrutinized in making employment offers, financing a home, or even opening a bank account, a damaged credit rating can further reduce borrowers' ability to repay their loans.
FAMILY CASES: Divorce, Legal Separation, Parental Visitation, Child Custody, Child Support, Paternity, Domestic Violence.
CRIMINAL DEFENSE: D.U.I., Misdemeanor, Traffic, Felony.
BUSINESS MATTERS: Real Estate, Wills, Trusts, Estates, Zoning, Contracts, Corporations.
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