Filing for bankruptcy can be a difficult time in one’s life. Whether you are overwhelmed with consumer and credit card debt or behind in your mortgage, rent and/or car payments, the bankruptcy attorneys at Contant Law are here to help you.
The first step is to determine if you should file for bankruptcy. Read this article from Contant Law: Can I File For Bankruptcy? Should I File For Bankruptcy?
As bankruptcy lawyers in Massachusetts, we are committed to helping you make the right decision for your situation, answering whatever questions you have and working with you throughout the bankruptcy process whether that time is measured in months or years.
At Contant Law, we will explain your options to help you move forward:
Eliminates common debt; lower income levels to qualify; shorter time period of 3-5 months. Read more.
Repayment plan established; generally higher income levels; process of 3-5 years. Read more.
Divorce & Bankruptcy
If you are filing for divorce and may also need to file for bankruptcy, learn why filing for bankruptcy together makes financial sense. Read more.
HERE TO HELP YOU THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS
Steps in the Bankruptcy Process
Documents to Bring to Your Attorney
Client Story: Getting Life Back to Normal after Bankruptcy
Client Story: Saving a Home through Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
We’re here to answer your questions and help you throughout the process
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