Conveniently located on Route 138 (1/4 mile from I-495) in Raynham, the bankruptcy attorneys at Landry & Landry, P.C. provide expert legal advice relating to to all bankruptcy matters.


Do you owe more than you can pay? Are you having trouble paying credit card, medical, or other bills? Is a lender threatening to foreclose on your home or other real property? Are you behind on your car payments? Are creditors phoning you, harassing you or threatening to sue you? Do you need to stay creditors from taking action against you? Do you need to discharge debts?


When people are dealing with serious financial difficulties, it can become overwhelming quickly.  This reality can make it extremely difficult for those in this situation to find a way out from under their problems.  Rest assured, however, that there are ways out for just about any financial situation, and the first step you should take is to contact an experienced bankruptcy lawyer to discuss your situation thoroughly.


The bankruptcy lawyers at Landry & Landry, P.C. can help you decide if filing bankruptcy is right for you. Our debt relief lawyers can also help you decide what form of bankruptcy would be most appropriate for your situation.  If it turns out that you need to file for bankruptcy protection, there are several benefits that you will enjoy by doing so.  The most immediate will occur after your case is filed with the court.  When the court receives and accepts your petition to open a bankruptcy case, it issues an order to the creditors listed on the petition that prevents them from continuing their collection efforts.  Therefore, the phone calls will stop and the threatening letters will no longer arrive.  This will help you gather your thoughts and begin the planning stage for your life after your financial troubles are over.


Additionally, there are many ways to work out solutions that allow those who need bankruptcy protection to retain what they've worked so hard to obtain.  The current bankruptcy laws allow  individuals to keep all of their property as long as the property falls under the specific exemption categories and amounts.  This means that, it is very likely that you can file for bankruptcy protection and still keep your home, vehicles and other personal property. 


The traditional stigma of bankruptcy has faded and clients are advised bankruptcy provides a fresh start after a time of trouble. Most bankruptcy debtors have experienced unexpected and extreme financial shock due to sudden events such as job loss, business failure, death, divorce or illness.


In such cases, filing bankruptcy may be the right answer. If you are facing serious financial challenges, it is very important to seek the counsel of an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you to assess your legal options.


For more information on our commitment to professional excellence, aggressive litigation and serious results, or to speak with one of our experienced bankruptcy lawyers right now, click the “Contact Us” tab above or call 508-802-5880.




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