Norfolk County Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

If you are out of a job, far behind on mortgage payments and fearing foreclosure on your Massachusetts home - or if your business has fallen on hard times and you are considering a bankruptcy filing - the skilled assistance of an experienced attorney can put you back on a sound financial footing.

Braintree bankruptcy lawyer Christopher J. Fein can explain Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 strategies that give your family and company the "fresh start" and breathing room you need for true debt relief.

At Fein Law Office, we use our founder's more than 10 years of experience and broad knowledge of bankruptcy law to help you avoid foreclosure, wage garnishment, repossession of your motor vehicle and creditor harassment that make your life miserable.

Chapter 7 liquidation for consumers includes property exemptions for possessions you want to keep and a "short sale" of your home if that option appeals to you.

The Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganization approach, for instance, contains a strategic plan of repayment based on criteria set by the Bankruptcy Code. Its "automatic stay" puts an immediate stop to foreclosure efforts against you, garnishment of your paycheck and harassing calls from creditors.

Fein Law gives you the facts you need that can lead to sound decisions about your future, including facts about alternatives to bankruptcy. Christopher J. Fein informs you of options such as debt settlement, debt consolidation and loan modification. He dispels myths about bankruptcy that have arisen since laws were changed in 2005. He stays available to address any sudden questions or concerns you might have along the way.

Fein Law Office is dedicated to your success.

Contact Fein Law and Braintree bankruptcy attorney Christopher J. Fein for the initial consultation that could turn your life - and that of the business you worked so hard to build - in a positive direction. Call 800-580-9173. We respond promptly to your email message.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.