In a challenging economy, financial peril can strike without regard to status. Whether you are a lawyer, doctor, educator or any other type of professional, your financial stability can be devastated by countless factors. If you find yourself facing insurmountable debt, turn to an experienced White Plains bankruptcy attorney.
Take back control of your finances.
Congress developed the Bankruptcy Code as a safety net for honest, hardworking Americans who have simply fallen on hard times and are unable to repay their debt or need help managing their debt. Even though some individuals are accustomed to high incomes, mortgages, credit cards, medical bills or tax debts can still be overwhelming. If you contact my office for help, I will provide the assistance and undivided attention necessary to guide you through these difficult times. Schedule a free consultation today.
White Plains Consumer Defense Lawyer
By carefully examining my clients' financial history and goals, I can develop unique strategies to help my clients. I provide personal service and individual attention from start to finish. Whether you are considering Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or need help with mortgage litigation, do not hesitate to contact my office. It is my goal to provide exceptional service and exceed my clients' expectations at every stage of the process.
Contact The Firm
Contact Natasha Meruelo, Attorney at Law, online or by calling 888-836-9479 toll free to schedule your free consultation at either of my offices in White Plains or New York City. I offer flexible appointment scheduling, including evenings and weekends, upon requests. All base bankruptcy services are provided at a flat fee with discounts available to members of the military and armed forces.
The purpose of this site is for Attorney Advertising. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Natasha Meruelo, Esq., designated as a Federal Debt Relief Agent by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States, proudly assists consumers seeking relief under the US Bankruptcy Code.