Filing Bankruptcy In Maryland
Hey folks. Thank you for visiting our website. I haven’t posted on my website in a little while, and I’d like to apologize and explain why. We have been so busy over the past few months filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions, we just haven’t had the time. Why are we so busy? Because we do a good job for every client and our bankruptcy fees are affordable and usually much lower than our competition. Yes, we do advertise on the internet (that’s probably how you found us!), but the large majority of our business comes from referrals from satisfied client’s who have used our bankruptcy services and passed on our name to friends and family. Nothing makes us happier than that. Just the thought of having to call an attorney to discuss bankruptcy can be overwhelming. We pride ourselves in taking the time necessary with each new client call to listen carefully to your needs and explain what we can do to help you as clearly as possible. Unlike many other firms, we will tell you our fees over the phone. We know that it takes alot of courage to call and discuss your situation with an attorney, even over the phone, and even though you know that it is confidential. That is why we do our best to take your calls immediately and answer all of your questions on the spot. If we cannot take the call immediately, we will call you back very quickly, even if it is after hours. We know what is important to you, and we do everything we can to make the entire process, from start to finish, as simple and painless as possible.
For a free consultation on Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Maryland, call us today at (410) 766-4044 or (301) 589-8700. Our fees are affordable and we can work out payment plans with you in most cases. We service client’s all of the state of Maryland, including Baltimore, Glen Burnie, Columbia, Towson, Dundalk, Essex, Randallstown, Pasadena, Severna Park, Arbutus, Brooklyn, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Ellicott City, Silver Spring and all other areas.
David L. Ruben