You Deserve A Second Chance With Bankruptcy And Debt Relief
If you no longer have the ability to pay your debts, you should speak with an attorney about bankruptcy or bankruptcy alternatives. You should never feel ashamed to seek help — bankruptcy laws exist to give every American a second chance and a fresh start. At the law firm of O'Connor First, we provide experienced and compassionate legal services on behalf of consumers and businesses facing difficult financial challenges.
We are dedicated to helping clients find lasting solutions to difficult life challenges. In our bankruptcy and debt relief practice, we can assist you with overcoming your unmanageable debt.
Our Bankruptcy And Debt Relief Services
Our New York bankruptcy attorneys provide a wide range of bankruptcy and debt relief options to help clients in Albany and throughout the region. We can guide you through challenges involving:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy and debt reorganization
- Debt relief and bankruptcy alternatives
- Home foreclosure avoidance
- Credit card debt
- Medical bills and debt
- Creditor harassment (such as harassing phone calls)
- Repossession of cars and trucks
Our Board-Certified Attorney Can Help You Eliminate Debt
Our bankruptcy and debt relief practice is headed by attorney Michael J. O’Connor. Mr. O’Connor has offered bankruptcy and debt relief services for more than 35 years. He is also board-certified in consumer and commercial bankruptcy by the American Board of Certification.
Mr. O’Connor has helped thousands of clients overcome the burdens of insurmountable debt. Anybody can fall behind in their payments — something as common as a job loss or medical emergency can leave you helplessly behind in paying your bills. We believe that everybody deserves a fresh start, which is why we encourage you to schedule a free consultation to discuss your debt relief options with Mr. O’Connor today.
Contact Michael J. O’Connor
We are a federally designated debt relief agency proudly helping people file debt reorganization plans and bankruptcy for over 35 years.