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Sanchez Law Group, P.A.
605 East Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32801-2046
Attorney Goldenberg is passionate about consumer advocacy and concentrates his legal practice in the areas of debt resolution, credit card lawsuit defense, debt collection harassment, and bankruptcy. He has completed training in the field of Credit Scoring and Credit Restoration. Mr. Goldenberg’s wide range of knowledge on credit issues enables him to search for nuances in credit law to provide clients with the high level of represenation that they require. Mr. Goldenberg is a graduate of Hofstra University School of Law and is admitted to practice in the State Courts of New York and New Jersey, as well as the Federal Courts in the Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, and District of New Jersey.
If you are a resident of New York and are seeking trustworthy assistance from an Attorney competent in the area of credit law, contact the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC today!
We have filed more Bankruptcy cases than any other attorney in the Eastern District of Texas for the last 18 years. Mr. Robert E. Barron has 35 years of legal experience.
Southeast Texas call 409-727-0073
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East Texas call 1-800-547-0073
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Any party in interest in a bankruptcy case can take the deposition of any other party in interest. This is called a Rule 2004 exam, because that’s the name of the bankruptcy rule that gives the authority for that kind of deposition. These examinations can be had even if nobody has been sued.
These examinations are frequently called “fishing expeditions”, because people who want the information can ask almost any question they want, as long as the question relates to the income, expenses, assets, and liabilities of a debtor, or the debtor’s right to a discharge. As long as the questions involve those topics, then the person can ask any question they want in a deposition, and the witness is going to have to answer those questions under oath.
Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Lawyer
Ronald J. Drescher
Drescher & Associates, P.A
4 Reservoir Circle
Baltimore, MD 21208
Fax (410) 484-8120
Practicing in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania
When dealing with a bankruptcy case, attorneys tend to work with a flat fee so there’s no need to worry about future hourly fees. The fees will be based on the complexity of the case, whether it needs litigation, and also whether it will be a single or joint (spouse) bankruptcy. On average a bankruptcy attorney is paid in full at the beginning of the case. However, at our firm we offer payment plans that are affordable to help you through this difficult time. Watch the video now to learn more.
For more information about bankruptcy law and my firm, visit our educational website at where we provide a client-focused service. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (877) 493-4847. I welcome your call.
The Kramer Law Firm
Florida Bankruptcy and Debt Relief Attorneys
999 Douglas Avenue, Suite 3333
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
8875 Hidden River Pkwy, Ste 300
Tampa, FL 33637
Downtown Orlando Office
37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 500
Orlando, FL 32801
It is an unfortunate fact of our society today, but there are many decent and hard working people who have experienced a financial situation that puts too much burden on their finances to survive financially. Situations such as a lost job, reduced hours at work, or pay cut, divorce, a recent disability or a mortgage payment that is beyond their means can leave even the most organized and prepared person in a financial hardship. Once the outflow of money is more the inflow it is easy to wonder how can I get out of this mess before it turns into a financial disaster.
Filing for bankruptcy protection in Poway, California may be one option that should be considered. Your Poway bankruptcy attorney will be able to evaluate your financial situation and give you guidance on whether they think that bankruptcy is a solution that could be considered. Most bankruptcy attorneys offer a free initial consultation to review your financial data and help you decide if bankruptcy is something you want or need to do.
We suggest that you seek a qualified Poway bankruptcy attorney prior to taking a second mortgage or equity loan on your home to pay an unsecured creditor such as a credit card company prior to speaking with a Poway bankruptcy attorney. The reason is that your home and any mortgage on that home is a secured debt, while a credit card is an unsecured debt. In most Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings in Poway a person’s unsecured debt is wiped out. Prior to borrowing any money from the equity in your home or withdrawing any money from your retirement accounts it would be wise to speak to a qualified Poway bankruptcy lawyer.
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To schedule a free consultation at our Poway bankruptcy law firm, all you need to do is call.
About Our Poway Law Firm
Our team of lawyers is dedicated to helping Poway county residents resolve their debt problems.
“When we realized bankruptcy was our only option, we were buried in debt and overwhelmed by stress. Our Poway bankruptcy attorney put us at ease and helped us get through the difficult process without a hitch.” – Tammy B.
A long-time ally of distressed and insolvent businesses and individuals throughout New York’s Capital Region, Bob is the Senior Counsel of Tully Rinckey PLLC’s bankruptcy practice. He came to the firm with over three decades of legal experience.
Bob’s objective in joining the firm has been to expand its bankruptcy practice, particularly in the areas of Chapter 11 (business) and Chapter 12 (farm) reorganization. He continues Tully Rinckey PLLC’s tradition of representing debtors and creditors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 proceedings and bankruptcy litigation.
Bob joined the firm after running his own general practice firm in Albany for a dozen years. Throughout his 30-plus-year legal career, he has always practiced law in the Capital Region. At the firm, he provides free initial consultations.
Bob has successfully confirmed Chapter 11 plans in diverse cases, including a rural Delaware County acute care hospital, a swimming pool builder and water park developer, a major printing company and an ante-bellum ladder manufacturer. He has also represented creditors committees in a Broome County and Pennsylvania baker, a mid-Hudson building products supplier and a consortium of banks in a case involving a purported investment company behind a massive Ponzi scheme. Bob has represented secured and unsecured creditors as well as Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 trustees in virtually every aspect of bankruptcy.
Bob received a juris doctorate from Albany Law School and a bachelor’s degree in political science from LeMoyne College. His admissions include the New York State Bar, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Southern and Northern Districts of New York, and the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
When not at work, Bob enjoys hiking in the Adirondacks and Catskills, music, local history and travel.