Experienced Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Legal Help On Long Island
Since the current economic downturn began, Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings have surged. As unemployment has risen along with mortgage rates, more Americans need a fresh start, with less debt, freedom from harassment by creditors and the assurance that monthly financial payments can be met.
At the Lindenhurst, New York, law firm of Phillips, Artura & Cox, Attorneys at Law, we have handled hundreds of bankruptcies since our founding in 1969. Our commitment to helping people obtain a fresh start from bankruptcy law has remained consistent for more than 50 years.
Legal Solutions When Debt Becomes Overwhelming
Do you have questions regarding Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection? Contact Phillips, Artura & Cox, Attorneys at Law, at 631-226-2100.
Help With Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often called “debt discharge” or “liquidation” bankruptcy because nonexempt property is sold to pay off debt. Homeowners rarely lose their homes in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, often along with a vehicle and certain personal items and assets. Chapter 7 can:
- Immediately halt creditor harassment, including contact by phone and by letter at your home and at your place of employment
- Reduce or eliminate unsecured debt, including credit cards, medical expenses and utility debt
Our attorney team includes members of the Bankruptcy Section of the Suffolk County Bar association, and we offer no-charge preliminary discussions of your debt and bankruptcy questions and concerns. For more information regarding our firm and your bankruptcy rights, contact our office.
Contact Us Today
For experienced bankruptcy representation, contact the law firm of Phillips, Artura & Cox, Attorneys at Law. We are available for evening appointments, offer free initial consultations, charge competitive rates and are conveniently located south of Sunrise Highway by the Lindenhurst train station. To contact our lawyers, call 631-226-2100 or reach out to us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.