We offer a free, in person, meeting with an attorney to analyze your situation and help determine whether bankruptcy would make sense for you. This consultation is not a 10-minute pre-packaged lecture of generic bankruptcy information. Instead, the average appointment is between 1 and 2 hours. An attorney would conduct a detailed review of your property, debts, income and monthly expenses to be able to give an opinion as to whether bankruptcy is appropriate for you.
Federal law prevents debt collectors from abusing consumers. A debt collector who violates this law can be required to pay you a penalty for breaking the law and to also compensate you for any actual injury. The collector would also have to pay your attorney. We only accept collection harassment cases on a contingency basis, which means that we would be paid only out of any amount that we recover for you from the defendant. If we do not recover, there would be no fee.