Buffalo Bankruptcy Lawyers Providing Protections For Individuals And Businesses

Merely mentioning bankruptcy gives many people a feeling of unease. Although there are plenty of rumors surrounding the implications of filing for bankruptcy, the truth is that it can provide the fresh financial start necessary to move on with your life.

The Truth About Bankruptcy From Experienced Attorneys

No matter your financial situation, we at Pope Law Firm, PLLC, can help you understand your options when filing for bankruptcy. This process often begins with explaining the potential pros and cons of bankruptcy, how filing may affect your situation and offering insight into what steps you need to take.

Whether you are strapped with credit card debt or another type of debt burden, when you file for bankruptcy you have the opportunity to discharge your debt and start over. While there is no guarantee that your total debt will be discharged, we can help as you pursue the most effective relief possible.

  • Chapter 7: Allows you to keep essential exempt property and at the same time discharge your responsibility for debt.
  • Chapter 13: If you are unable to file Chapter 7 because your wages exceed allowances by law, your property is non-exempt, or is subject to foreclosure, Chapter 13 will allow you to retain your property.

We don't just represent individuals in matters of bankruptcy. If your business is experiencing financial difficulties, speak with us to learn about possible options for pursuing debt relief.

Debt Relief Starts With Contacting Our Bankruptcy Lawyers

To learn the facts about bankruptcy contact our Buffalo, New York, law office and schedule a consultation. We will listen as you share your concerns in confidence. Call 716-634-3320 to take the first step toward a clean financial slate.

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

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