Bankruptcy - Find Your Fresh Start Today!
Recent economic events have presented financial challenges to businesses and individuals throughout the country. With unemployment, inflation, and daily costs of living rising, and property values and financial opportunities hard to come by, many people have found themselves in challenging financial situations. With few other options available, bankruptcy has become a necessary first step on the road to financial recovery.
For individuals, this usually means Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. While for struggling companies, Chapter 11 can often offer a solution for businesses unable to pay its bill, to pay rent, or from its own customers being unable to pay their invoices.
The Callan Law Firm, P.C. helps individuals and businesses find firmer financial ground. Filing for bankruptcy can be a difficult process, but our firm can help you plan the best way forward for you, your loved ones, and your business.
By working with us, you can:
1. Protect your property and your rights
2. Stop debt collection by creditors.
3. Put an end to harassing phone calls from creditors.
4. Protect your assets, such as your home and vehicles.
5. Prevent or delay foreclosure.
6. Discharge debts.
7. Pursue opportunities for better financial circumstances, such as removing liens on your vehicle or home.
To schedule an appointment with an attorney call us at (914) 483-7769 or Contact Us and ask for a free consultation. Don’t put it off any longer. Call today. Not ready to speak with an attorney, feel free to read on and learn more about your financial options.
Understand Your Options and Enforce Your Rights
The Callan Law Firm, P.C. represents creditors, fiduciaries and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy proceedings in Virginia. We are involved in numerous local and national bankruptcy groups and associations. We have knowledge and experience in all facets of bankruptcy including, but not limited to: Involuntary and voluntary bankruptcies petitions; Administrative, Priority, Secured and Unsecured claims; Appointment of a Trustee or Receiver; Conversion of Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 cases to Chapter 7; Dismissal of a Bankruptcy Case; Lifting the automatic stay; Assignment of Executory Contracts or Unexpired Leases; Sale/Purchase of estate assets; Adversary proceedings involving contract disputes, preference payments, fraudulent transfers and non-dischargeability suits Has someone that owes you money filed bankruptcy? Contact us now to discuss your options. Want to learn more about the bankruptcy process? Then keep reading!