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Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Lawyers

Do I Have To Go To Court?

Most individuals will attend one meeting with one of our attorneys and a Trustee assigned to their bankruptcy case. The meetings are typically held at County Courthouses and other designated locations that are conveniently selected to minimize travel time to the meeting. The Trustee will conduct the meeting and ask questions to ensure that all of your assets and debts are properly disclosed. No judge will be present.

Depending upon complex matters that may be present in a particular case, it is possible that another meeting will be required or appearances in Court may be necessary. Our attorneys will advise our clients if we foresee these kinds of circumstances so that our clients can plan accordingly. Learn more about bankruptcy exemptions and why they matter.

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Relief is closer than you think!

For more information on debt relief, the other services we offer, or on what sets us apart from your average firm, please - call us today!

877-827-9006

209 West Patriot Street
Somerset, PA 15501

3115 N. Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110

Debt Relief from Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Attorneys

We serve clients throughout all of Pennsylvania with Bankruptcy, Debt Negotiation, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense, Divorce, and Estate Planning. Though we have two offices, no travel is necessary.

We service Pennsylvania clients from Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Altoona, Bedford, Blairsville, Connellsville, Cranberry, Ebensburg, Greensburg, Huntingdon, Johnstown, Indiana, Lancaster, Monroeville, New Kensington, State College, Somerset, Uniontown, Washington, Wexford and throughout the state.

This website is intended to provide general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.