At the Beaton Bankruptcy Law Firm, stopping lawsuits is free!

“Bankruptcy is not for paupers.” That’s a common way of saying that you need money to file a bankruptcy case, so you don’t want to let yourself get so broke that you can’t even go bankrupt!

The cold hard facts of life is that it costs money to save money through the bankruptcy system. (If you’d like to know how much — and I know you are curious — just click here).

On the other hand, I hate nickle and diming my own clients. So I don’t do it. When you hire me to do your bankruptcy, one of the things that gets included in the deal — no extra charge — is stopping any lawsuits that have been filed against you.

Answering lawsuits and trudging off to court for the endless hearings is one of the worst parts of being in debt. The good news is that once I file a bankruptcy case for you, I take care of making sure lawsuits are stopped in the local courts. And I don’t charge extra for it.

If you live in Haverhill or Georgetown, and you file a bankruptcy with my office, I’ll send a notice of your bankruptcy to the Haverhill District court for free.

If you live in Methuen, Lawrence, Andover or North Andover, and you file a bankruptcy with my office, I’ll send a notice of your bankruptcy to the Lawrence District court for free.

If you live in Plaistow or Atkinson, and you file a bankruptcy with my office, I’ll send a notice of your bankruptcy to the Plaistow District court for free.

If you live in Salem, Windham or Pelham, and you file a bankruptcy with my office, I’ll send a notice of your bankruptcy to the Salem District court for free.

One less thing to worry about on the road back to fiscal sanity!

 

By Doug Beaton

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