If putting an end to financial troubles is on your wish list for 2017, congratulations. There is no better way to start a new year than by shedding the crushing weight of credit card debt, medical bills, and soured real-estate ownership!
A fresh start. A new beginning. A do-over. It’s a great idea, it’s what everyone wants, but you may need some help to make it come to fruition. That’s where I come in. My name is Doug Beaton, and I have been one of the top consumer bankruptcy attorneys in the Merrimack Valley area for the past twenty-three years.
If you think that a bankruptcy case is your best way out of a financial mess, and you are resolved to do something about it, you may be right. But bankruptcy law can be a thicket, too — not the type of thing you’d feel comfortable fooling with on your own.
There are a couple of things you can do to get the information you need. First, poke around this site and learn a little about the bankruptcy code — there are more than 500 articles on bankruptcy here which you can read just by clicking on the Bankruptcy Topics link — or by typing a few words in to the search box at the right.
Then, if you want more specific information, or if you are bound and determined to just get started on filing you case, just give me a call at my office — (978) 975 – 2608. I’ll help answer your questions over the phone, and give you a free in-person consultation at my office on Route 114 in North Andover as well. I’m even willing to discuss everyone’s favorite bankruptcy question — “what’s it going to cost?”
As for my own resolution for the new year — it is to be the best consumer bankruptcy attorney in my corner of the Merrimack Valley area, roughly from North Andover, through Lawrence, Methuen, Dracut, and Haverhill, and on up into Salem, Derry, and Plaistow, New Hampshire. At my firm there is little waiting, you get prompt appointments, I file cases quickly when they are ready, I talk to clients in plain ordinary language, and you will ALWAYS get your legal information from me, myself — a licensed attorney with years of bankruptcy experience — not some assistant assigned to placate you.
The next step is for you to call 978-975-2608 for a consultation.
If you are interested in meeting with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who will answer your questions in plain English without pulling punches, then let me be your choice. I can help bring you peace of mind, and stop all the noise.
Together, lets make 2017 the year for your fresh start!
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