Is your home threatened with a mortgage foreclosure or a sheriff’s sale? Do you have credit card debt that is way beyond your ability to pay? Are creditors calling your home or work? You are not alone. Because of unforeseen circumstances like temporary unemployment, illness (and medical bills), a death in the family, or a divorce, many people are faced with making a decision about bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy lawyer Alan D. Budman filed his first bankruptcy case in 1979. In more than 30 years since then, he has helped over a thousand clients through the bankruptcy process.
If you are faced with making a decision about bankruptcy, make a complete list of your bills without exception. Even if there are some bills you are determined to pay, list them. Then contact the Law Office of Alan D. Budman for an appointment.
Bankruptcy attorney Alan D. Budman will help you determine your options. Should you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? At our bankruptcy law firm we will explain the bankruptcy process and what it can do for you.
If you decide to file for bankruptcy, we will begin the process immediately. As soon as we file on your behalf, the process will go to work. The bankruptcy filing will:
Stop creditor phone calls
Stop a Sheriff’s Sale of your home
Stop the seizure of cars, trucks, bank accounts
Stop creditor harassment
The bankruptcy laws were designed to assist people who find themselves in overwhelming debt. If you are feeling extreme stress because of debt problems, talk to the Law Office of Alan D. Budman. We can help.
The Law Office of Alan D. Budman serves clients in Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania including the communities of Abington, Jenkintown, Willow Grove, Hatboro, Horsham, Huntingdon Valley, Lower Moreland, and Cheltenham.
Free initial consultation. Evening and weekend hours.
Commercial Law League of America - Sustaining and Fund Member
Eastern District of Penn. Bankruptcy Conference - Member
Bankruptcy Committee - Montgomery Bar Assoc. - Member
The Law Office of Alan D. Budman is a debt relief agency as defined by the United States Congress. We help people and companies file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code if it is in their best interest.