Connecticut Debtor-Creditor Law Attorney
If you are in debt, bankruptcy is not your only option. The various chapters of bankruptcy have specific requirements regarding income levels and assets. Because of this, not every debtor qualifies for Chapter 13, Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Our attorneys at Advanced Bankruptcy Legal Services of Connecticut can help you determine the options that are available to you and make certain that you take steps in the direction of a future that is free of debt.
From negotiating a settlement inside or outside of court to developing a payment plan that works for you, we can help. For decades, we have been helping debtors work through their financial challenges.
Our lawyers are ready to help you, whether your debt is the result of credit card bills, car loans, home loans, income tax or medical bills.
Experience With Debtor-Creditor Law
We use our knowledge of debtor-creditor law with these cases. One of our attorneys has spent many years teaching law students, teaching other bankruptcy lawyers in regular continuing education seminars and working as a volunteer mediator position with the Bankruptcy Court Mediation Program in Hartford.
Our membership in such groups as the American Bankruptcy Institute makes certain that we remain current with changes in the law and advanced techniques to handle the complex challenges that debtors face.