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What Can a Baltimore County Bankruptcy Attorney Do For You?
The answer to that question really depends entirely on what your present situation is. From foreclosures to failing businesses, Grafton Firm can help you find a solution that is right for you. What is going on with your life that you need help? Take a look through the following list of articles and click thru to any of interest to you.
Falling behind on a mortgage is an all too common occurrence during this most recent recession, and for many people, though they may be back to work, their home values haven’t improved, their income is reduced, and failed attempts at modification have left them further and further behind.
When you fall behind on credit card and medical bills, creditors will sometimes resort to litigation to attempt to collect the debts. All too often, Marylanders fail to timely respond to lawsuits by debt collectors and the creditor receives a judgment by default. These judgments can then be enrolled and a writ of garnishment issued against your employer or your bank.
Most tax debt is non-discharageable in Bankruptcy, but that does not mean that all tax debt is non-dischargeable. At the Grafton Firm, we have helped people discharge or repay hundreds of thousands of dollars in back taxes in our professional careers. Bankruptcy is an option for many, even if you don’t qualify for a discharge.
What Can a Baltimore County Bankruptcy Attorney Do to Help With My Failing Business?
Too many businesses incur huge expenses in their early years, then as they hit their strides, the crushing debt load prevents them from carrying on. In other cases, it’s a slowdown in the economy where the owner finances the cost of staying in business, only to find that they can’t maintain the terms once business has improved.
What Can a Baltimore County Bankruptcy Attorney Do to Help With My Student Loans?
Most attorneys will tell you that they can’t do anything for your student loans. Quite frankly, that’s not true. Help can be had. From re-consolidating to negotiating to seeking outright bankruptcy discharge. There is often some help to be had for student loans. It may not be the help you want, but as they say, “Any port in a storm.”