Salem and Haverhill Bankruptcy Lawyer

Most people never intend for their debt to spiral out of control. In fact the majority of people who come to the Law Offices of Kenneth E. Lindauer to discuss their debt relief needs tell us that they don’t know how their credit problems grew so overwhelming.If you are looking for honest, complete answers to your debt problems, Salem bankruptcy attorney Kenneth E. Lindauer is ready to help determine if bankruptcy is the right option for you. If bankruptcy isn’t your best option, we will tell you why and what alternatives might be to your advantage, without the expense of hiring a lawyer.

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Free initial consultation About Your Bankruptcy Needs

To schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation at our offices in Haverhill or Salem, Massachusetts, contact us at 978-219-7002 or toll free at 978-306-5011. We represent bankruptcy clients in Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.

What Happens When You File Bankruptcy?

From the moment you file bankruptcy, automatic stay litigation will take effect. This means creditors must immediately stop foreclosure actions, repossession, garnishment and all further collections proceedings against you, until they receive relief from the bankruptcy courts. All harassing collections calls must come to our office, not your home.

Salem Bankruptcy Attorney Offering Multiple Debt Relief Services

The core of our nation’s bankruptcy laws is the notion that honest, hardworking citizens should be given the opportunity for a fresh start in life. Bankruptcy holds out a promise of a new, brighter future without the burden of excessive debt.

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We bring experience, skill, and creativity to the highly complex area of bankruptcy law. Contact our offices for a free initial consultation today. Our fees are fair and won’t create more debt problems than you already have.

Attorney Kenneth Lindauer is a “debt relief agent” as defined by the United States Bankruptcy Code. Under the law a “debt relief agent” is a person who provides bankruptcy assistance to consumers.