Personal Bankruptcy Lawyer in Harvard, Massachusetts
Chapter 7 ◊ Chapter 13 ◊ Foreclosure Defense
Even though you are struggling to meet your obligations and see no relief in sight, you may be reluctant to explore your options in bankruptcy fearing that bankruptcy means failure or fearing that it may limit your access to credit for years to come. Contrary to popular belief, the bankruptcy laws were specifically created to help people just like you, people who need some relief from the stress and anxiety that come with constant worries about money, people who just need help to get a fresh start.
At the law office of attorney Robert F. Casey, Jr., we offer over 30 years of experience to individuals in Leominster, Fitchburg and the surrounding communities. We place a premium on personal service and attention, taking the time to listen carefully to your concerns, help you understand all your options, and work with you to take the steps necessary to protect your interests. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our office or call us at 978-615-2091.
We focus our practice on representing people who face difficulties meeting their financial obligations, handling all matters related to:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy. We will conduct a means test to help you determine whether you qualify to discharge debts under Chapter 7. We will complete all the necessary paperwork to finalize your bankruptcy and will appear on your behalf in court.
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We will help you put together a plan for reorganization of your debt and will review any proposed repayment plans from creditors to ensure that they are within your means.
- Defense of foreclosure proceedings. We will work with you to find ways to help you avoid the loss of your home, including the negotiation of modifications or a restructuring of your mortgage loan, or the use of a bankruptcy filing.
To arrange a free initial consultation, contact us or call us at 978-615-2091. Our office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 5 pm. We are located in Harvard, just a half a mile north of Route 2.