Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

We have all found ourselves in unusual circumstances, some of which fill you with joy, while others may bring you discomfort and leave you feeling ashamed. This is especially the case if you have come to the decision to file for bankruptcy to combat mounting and unmanageable debt. Though you may be feeling overwhelmed, you do not have to go through this process alone. At Hassan, Hassan & Tuchman, PA we offer over 40 years of experience helping clients through the bankruptcy process, and we can offer you that same compassion and dedication as you decide if filing for bankruptcy is right for you.

Bankruptcy Filing 

When you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you need the best legal help you can receive. Generally, there are two types of bankruptcies for which you can file as an individual – Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. When filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you often do not have to pay back your creditors, but you can only file for Chapter 7 once every eight years. Under a Chapter 13 filing, some creditors will need to be paid, such as your mortgage lender to prevent foreclosure. Choosing between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings requires evaluating the particular details of your individual case. For this reason, it is invaluable to seek legal assistance and advice from experienced Maryland bankruptcy attorneys before proceeding with your bankruptcy filing.

A Maryland Bankruptcy Lawyer can Help

Whether you are struggling to manage your personal loans, medical bills, judgments, tax debt, credit card debt, or even wage garnishments, Hassan, Hassan & Tuchman, PA is here to help. You do not have to go through the bankruptcy process alone. An experienced Maryland bankruptcy attorney can help you protect your assets, avoid liens and garnishments, and help you protect your income. Filing for bankruptcy can be a complicated process, and you need an experienced bankruptcy attorney at Hassan, Hassan & Tuchman, PA to assist you. Filing for bankruptcy does not have to be the last stop for you, but instead the first step toward a brighter future.