You have made the decision to file for bankruptcy, but what comes next? Attorney Patrick Best answers this question in his free bankruptcy guide, The Essential Bankruptcy Survival Guide. As part of the ARM Yourself With Knowledge series, this guide aims to help you navigate the process of filing for bankruptcy and what happens afterward.
Named a “Top 10 Best Bankruptcy Lawyer in Pennsylvania for Customer Service” by the American Institute of Bankruptcy Attorneys, Attorney Best has dedicated much of his career to helping his clients find relief from debt once and for all. His experience and knowledge in this area of law make him a valuable resource when determining whether bankruptcy is the right option for you.
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Even though we can start working on your case today, you should never wait until it’s too late. You should start the process as soon as you know you have a problem. After reading your free bankruptcy guide, call us. We can start to give you advice immediately to get your financial situation under control.
Sometimes, our clients are overwhelmed by debt. This debt can paralyze you and prevent you from moving forward. Don’t let this stop you. That’s what we’re here for. We shoulder the burden so you don’t have to. But that doesn’t mean you should wait. If you’ve been served with a debt collection complaint or a foreclosure complaint, the sooner we can get the work, the easier it will be for us to solve your problems.