What Most Bankruptcy Attorneys Wont Tell You

So what happens to a person when he or she files for bankruptcy?  What is the process like?  It is highly likely that a person who has finally made the decision to file for bankruptcy relief has been under a great amount of financial stress and pressure and has had many sleepless nights for many months, if not years.  As with anything in life, the most important step in making a difficult decision is taking that first step.  The first step is to make the phone call or send the e-mail to our office and explain your situation.  Once you find out your options you are well on your way to improving your quality of life in more ways that you can imagine.

At the Law Offices of David L. Ruben and the Maryland Bankruptcy Center we pride ourselves in our top rated customer service.   Frankly speaking, the law is easy, any good lawyer can help you eliminate your debt.  But, depending on who you use, and how your case is handled, there can be a monumental difference in getting you a very difficult time.  We are prompt, friendly and compassionate.  We put ourselves in your shoes and treat we would like to be treated if we were filing bankruptcy.  Simply put, we get it.

It is a very difficult time and we are here to help you get through it.  Of course we know the law and do everything we can to eliminate your debt.  But we also allow you do it with the peace of mind in knowing that we are the experts.  Once you hand your situation over to us, your burden is lifted and your worries are gone.  You don’t only pay us to eliminate your debt, but to help you through the process and make it as easy, simple and painless as possible.

If you have questions about Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, call us today for your free consultation.  We are standing by ready to help.