Practical, Effective Debt Relief for the People of Connecticut
Few would deny that we live in high-pressure, stressful times. No matter how many prestigious companies fail or how many people in your life you see struggling financially, your own debt problems and difficulty making progress loom large. At the Law Offices of Ellery E. Plotkin, LLC, we understand and invite you to contact us to discuss real legal options that may include Chapter 13 "reorganization" bankruptcy.
Debt relief through bankruptcy is not reserved for people who have no income and have exhausted every other option. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the best available solution for many people in the Stamford, Connecticut, area who have a steady, significant income but want to protect key assets - including their homes - and need time to recover financially.
You Have Options, and We Take the Time to Explain Them
Applying over 30 years of relevant experience, our legal team can provide:
- Thorough, comprehensive analysis of your assets, debts and income to determine whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the right path for your future
- Education on all your obligations under Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which will involve a debt repayment plan overseen by a court-appointed trustee
- Exploration of your options if you are facing mortgage foreclosure or the pressure of debts that cannot be discharged, such as unpaid taxes or family support obligations
- Guidance that accounts for both your business and personal obligations, including the ability to file an individual Chapter 11 bankruptcy if your debt is beyond the threshold enabling a Chapter 13 filing
Talk Through Your Needs with a Calm, Resourceful Attorney
We provide patient, common-sense counsel on all the requirements of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, from completing equity calculations associated with protecting real estate to the need to complete credit counseling requirements established when bankruptcy laws changed in late 2005.
You may have personal regrets, wish you had made different decisions, and be resolved to make a major change. It is also perfectly understandable to feel uncertain about what to do next. For patient, concerned counsel from a veteran bankruptcy lawyer who will lay your options on the line without pressure, contact us today and request a personal, absolutely confidential consultation.