Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

On Long Island and in Westchester County, people struggling with debt often turn to the law office of Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C., for help. An experienced bankruptcy attorney at one of our offices throughout Long Island, Queens and Westchester County can determine whether a Chapter 7 filing is right for you.

At the law firm of Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C., we offer a free initial attorney consultation to discuss your financial situation and determine if bankruptcy is the best solution to your debt problem.

What Happens In A Chapter 7 Filing?

The first step in Chapter 7 bankruptcy is to contact us to discuss your financial situation.

If your income and expenses meet certain requirements, we will help you gather the information we need to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition on your behalf. Once you have retained our firm for filing, we will stop the harassment by creditors attempting to collect their debts.

Approximately three months after filing, you will get a court order discharging, or eliminating, your unsecured debts.

There Are Things That Chapter 7 Cannot Accomplish

Debts such as student loans, recent income taxes and child support cannot be discharged through Chapter 7. Debtors in high-income brackets and those who operate businesses with debt need to carefully review their situation with an experienced professional such as one of our lawyers.

Filing Chapter 7 stays a foreclosure proceeding, but does not ultimately stop foreclosure. However, a Chapter 7 filing may allow you to negotiate a mortgage modification with the lender.

Contact Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C., To Learn More

We have offices in Great Neck and Melville on Long Island and in Rockville Centre, in Westchester County. To schedule a free consultation, please contact us by calling 866-394-2661. We are ready to help.

We are a debt relief agency. The law firm of Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C., helps individuals and business owners file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.