Exploring Options To Overcome Debt Problems
The economic downturn has made it more difficult than ever to stay current on your obligations if you have been laid off, injured, are unable to work or simply are having difficulty paying your bills. Know that you have options when facing overwhelming debt. In fact, through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your debts can be completely discharged. The assistance of an experienced lawyer can help you find relief from your financial worries.
Stop Wage Garnishments And Harassment From Bill Collectors
I, attorney David Grossman, at the Law Office of David M. Grossman, LLC, have guided Baltimore, Maryland, area residents to a fresh financial future through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy for more than 30 years. Focused on providing the right solution to your unique financial needs, I take the time to understand the details of your debt before offering knowledgeable advice on how to proceed. I will advise you on which Chapter of Bankruptcy would be best and offer the most advantages.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to discharge certain debts. Such dischargeable debts include:
- Medical bills
- Credit card debt
- Wage garnishments
- Certain tax debt
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can also help by stopping creditor harassment, lawsuits and wage garnishments.
Stop Foreclosure In Maryland
Many homeowners facing foreclosure qualify for Chapter 13 and don’t even know it. Chapter 13 can stop foreclosure and save your home. Through the Chapter 13 process I can restructure your debt and allow you to pay your mortgage arrears over a five year repayment plan.
Affordable Payment Plans
You can rest assured that your best interests will be constantly considered. I offer affordable payment plans and low rates to help you avoid adding to your financial burdens.
Contact my Baltimore law office online, or call 410-752-6088 to schedule your free consultation today. When you call my office, you will speak directly with me.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.