BankruptcyFiling for bankruptcy is both a complex and emotional process. Its distinctive and complex laws necessitate advanced knowledge of this historical federal course of action; especially since its impact can potentially affect a debtor's life for many years.
S&S's experienced bankruptcy attorneys can assist you with establishing your options and even providing alternatives to filing for bankruptcy. After an initial consultation with one of our bankruptcy attorneys, you will be able make a proper decision regarding your financial circumstances wherein you may decide to proceed with a bankruptcy filing option.
S&S will typically charge a flat fee in which we will negotiate with you to fix what work you would like us to handle on your behalf, including but not limited to, the preparation and filing of your petition and schedules, representation of you and personal appearance with you at your first meeting of creditors, representation of you in any relief from stay actions, proceedings involving creditor's objections to discharges, proceedings determining whether specific debts are nondischargeable under the federal codes, and other such intricate matters.