Our Attorneys and Staff
Since 1983, the attorneys, paralegals and support staff at our firm have been representing people facing financial challenges. We are a committed group of professionals who bring our diverse life and professional experiences to our main office in Hamden, Connecticut, and four other full-service locations in Bridgeport, Waterbury, Rocky Hill and Ridgefield. Our dedicated and attentive counsel helps people cope with overwhelming debt and return to more stable financial ground.
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Helping You Face Financial Challenges
Regardless of the challenges you face, we can help. Our lawyers represent people facing wage garnishment, debt consolidation scams and creditor harassment, as well as other challenges — such as the possible loss of a home to foreclosure or tax debt issues.
If you feel that you are collapsing under credit card debt and are overwhelmed by calls from creditors, we offer representation that helps you get out of debt and back on your feet. Every day, we get calls from people who are struggling with high-interest credit cards and unaffordable mortgages on the brink of foreclosure. We have what it takes to get them, and you, back on track.
Never has retaining experienced bankruptcy and tax relief counsel been as crucial as it is today. The Bankruptcy Code and tax laws are complicated, but our attorneys can guide you toward the debt relief you need with efficient and effective work.
With a working knowledge of all available options, we are uniquely situated to diagnose, counsel and directly respond to the problems of people whose debt has become unmanageable.
Contact Our Connecticut Bankruptcy and Tax Lawyers
We offer a free initial consultation. Call us today at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 888-249-3027, or complete our online contact form. When you call us, you will always speak to a live person, not our voicemail. You will meet directly with an attorney during your consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.