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Massachusetts Bankruptcy Attorney

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN A FINANCIAL HOLE, THE FIRST THING TO DO IS STOP DIGGING – AND THEN CALL AN EXPERIENCED MASSACHUSETTS BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY If you are a Massachusetts Bankruptcy filer, or just thinking about filing bankruptcy to deal with your mortgage, credit card, tax, student loan or other debts. The first and most [..]

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Can’t pay your mortgage or rent? Coronavirus help

  Can’t pay your mortgage or rent?  What Now?     You can’t pay your mortgage or rent. What now? Coronavirus is right here in Peabody and the rest of the North Shore, now and for the forseeable future. Many individuals and families are understandably worried about paying the rent or mortgage. IF YOU ARE [..]

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Coronavirus and Bankruptcy – Massdebtlaw

Is the Coronavirus Pandemic going to force me or my business to file Bankruptcy?   Coronavirus and Your Debt: Unfortunately, many Peabody and North Shore families and businesses are wrestling with that question right now. Hopefully you and your loved ones and friends are all (and will remain) healthy. By now, you (or your employer [..]

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Credit Card Debt On the Rise

More Americans will soon be looking for Credit Card Debt help. Credit card debt held by the average American consumer is growing to unsustainable levels, leading some to speculate that consumer bankruptcy filings will soon be on the rise. According to a recent report issued by CardHub, outstanding Credit Card Debt held by U.S. consumers [..]

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Chapter 13 bankruptcy saves client’s home in Andover, MA

Client’s Andover, MA home had been auctioned at foreclosure sale while clients were in the process of attempting to obtain a loan modification from their mortgage company. Client also had substantial credit card debt, tax debt and medical bills. We immediately filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case on behalf of the client and filed a [..]

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Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Provides Fresh Start

Client came to us two days before foreclosure auction on his home in Newburyport, MA. Client had fallen behind on mortgage and credit card payments after having been laid off 18 months earlier. Client had been unsuccessful in obtaining loan modification due to lack of income. We filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy on behalf of [..]

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Business Debt Personal Liability Eliminated

Our client, a small business owner in Salem, MA, was the sole shareholder of a corporation. The corporation owed substantial trade debt as well as tax liabilities to the Massachusetts Department of Revenue for unpaid taxes for which the client had been determined to be individually responsible. The business, a restaurant, had only one significant [..]

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Preserve Retirement Funds and Remove Liens

Client came to us three months behind on first mortgage, with substantial credit card debt, and second and third mortgages (home equity lines of credit) which client was unable to pay. The client had also been sued by a credit card company and its debt collectors, resulting in a judgment lien on the client’s home. [..]

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