Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia Bankruptcy Lawyers
Filing for bankruptcy is often the most effective means for overcoming issues related to mounting debt, massive medical expenses and the threat of foreclosure. It is important that you understanding the debt relief and bankruptcy options available for avoiding foreclosure and rebuilding your credit before you make decisions that will affect the future of you and your family.
At Ammerman & Goldberg "Bankruptcy" Law Office, our attorneys work closely with clients to help them take advantage of allowances within the law that can help them keep their home, car and other property and assets during bankruptcy. While each case is different, how you restructure debt and work with a court-appointed fiduciary can determine the success of your debt repayment plan. Our attorneys help you negotiate manageable terms and take steps to begin rebuilding your credit immediately.
Helping People Regain Their Financial Health
Our Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., bankruptcy attorneys advise and represent clients with regard to the following:
- Bankruptcy Chapter 13
- Bankruptcy Chapter 7
- Bankruptcy Chapter 11
- Car Repossession
- Changes in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law
- Checklist of Key Changes in Bankruptcy Law
- Debt Test
- Mortgage Issues
- How to Rebuild Your Credit
- How to Save Your Home
- Notary Services
- Property You Can Keep
- Tips for Consumers in Debt
- What to Expect in Court
Ammerman & Goldberg "Bankruptcy" Law Office — Focuses Exclusively on Bankruptcy
Our law practice is devoted exclusively to bankruptcy. We do not represent creditors, collection agencies or banks. Our attorneys are committed to helping consumers and homeowners regain their financial well-being after circumstances have created difficulties for them.
To learn more about your debt relief options, please call 202-559-1428 for a free telephone consultation or contact our Chapter 7 attorneys' Maryland offices by filling out our online form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.