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Help Is Available If You Face Insurmountable Debt
There are few things more stressful and challenging than serious financial difficulties. Some people have a negative impression of bankruptcy. The truth is, it is a powerful tool that can help families in Pennsylvania erase debt and get a fresh start financially.
At Reedy Law Office in Schuylkill Haven, we help our clients move beyond crippling debt through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. For more than 18 years, we have helped our clients tackle their debt and reclaim their financial futures.
Why Choose Reedy Law Office?
- Experienced bankruptcy counsel: Our founding lawyer has practiced bankruptcy law since 2000. During his career, he has encountered the full spectrum of bankruptcy cases. We have worked with families of all ages and income levels, including senior citizens living on a fixed income. Our lawyer understands how best to approach your situation.
- Solutions tailored to your interests: Every client has different goals. We take the time to sit down with you and understand what is most important to you. Whether you want to keep your home, your car or a prized family heirloom, we will work with you to develop a plan that protects your most important belongings.
- Exceptional customer service: We pride ourselves on the commitment we have for our clients. At some firms, you may struggle to get in touch with your lawyer. Our attorney is readily available to answer your questions and address your concerns. We also offer evening appointments for your convenience.
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Financial challenges do not have to define your life. We are here to help you overcome this difficult time and deliver the most effective results possible.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.