How Bankruptcy Can Help You
When most people think about bankruptcy, they only see it in a negative light. Few, if any, stop to consider all the benefits of bankruptcy and the many ways it can improve people’s lives. This is due, in large part, to creditors’ success in perpetuating myths about bankruptcy and making people who need debt relief feel like they would be doing something wrong by exercising their right to a fresh start.
Before you make a decision about your future based on information from parties that have no interest in your well-being or the well-being of your family, you should take the time to get honest answers from a Connecticut bankruptcy lawyer. The benefits of bankruptcy are undeniable. You owe it to yourself and those who depend on you to learn how bankruptcy can help you so you can make an informed decision.
A Dedicated Bankruptcy Lawyer On Your Side
At the Law Offices of Charles A. Maglieri, my entire practice is committed to helping people obtain the fresh start they deserve through consumer bankruptcy. My concern is for your future and your ability to move forward without the burden of overwhelming debt holding you back. I encourage you to learn more about bankruptcy and what it can do for you.
The following are just a few examples of how bankruptcy can help you:
- Putting an end to creditor harassment
- Saving your home from foreclosure
- Addressing issues involving lawsuits, judgments and liens
- Stopping wage garnishments
- Providing debt relief for divorcing couples
Speak With A Qualified Hartford County Attorney About Bankruptcy Benefits
Contact my office to discuss your questions regarding the benefits of bankruptcy. I offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. I am available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. You can reach me by phone at 860-952-3674 or 860-541-5407 or via email.
My law firm is a debt relief agency as so designated by Congress in the year 2005. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under Title 11 of the United States Code, known as the Bankruptcy Code.