Connecticut Bankruptcy & Debt Relief Lawyers

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The following bankruptcy and debt relief attorneys are licensed in Connecticut and provide legal advice and solutions for debt problems, and representation in Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and other types of bankruptcy cases.

Gail S. Kotowski

Gail S. Kotowski

Address: 397 Church St. - Guilford, CT 06437
Phone: 203-453-6030

Grafstein & Arcaro, LLC

Grafstein & Arcaro, LLC

Address: 10 Melrose Drive - Farmington, CT 06032
Phone: (860) 674-8003

Kutz Law Office, LLC.

Kutz Law Office, LLC.

Address: P.O. Box 261 - Portland, CT 06480
Phone: (860) 342-4369

Jonathan G Cohen Law Firm

Jonathan G Cohen Law Firm

For over 20 years, Jonathan G. Cohen Law Firm has been providing residents of Hartford and surrounding areas with personalized bankruptcy and debt settlement help.

Address: 2 Congress St # 1 - Hartford, CT 06114
Phone: (860) 527-8900

Forghany Law, P.C.

Forghany Law, P.C.

Areas of Practice Consumer & Commercial Bankruptcy Foreclosure Defense Land Lord Tenant Issues Short Sales Debt Settlement Debt Relief Unique Credit Education Course

Address: 100 Pearl St. 14th Floor - Hartford, CT 06103
Phone: 978-258-0384

Susan M. Williams, LLC, Attorney at Law

Susan M. Williams, LLC, Attorney at Law

FREE initial consultation. Over 25 years experience with bankruptcy and foreclosure law. Two locations Enfield and Hartford both conveniently located off of Rt. 91.

Address: 146 High Street - Enfield, CT 06082
Phone: (860) 745-6611

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Start here to find an attorney to help with your bankruptcy filing, debt settlement, or other debt relief solution. These attorneys are licensed debt relief agencies, meaning they help people file for bankruptcy and can offer alternative solutions for consumers and business owners who have become insolvent.

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Can I File for Bankruptcy Without an Attorney?
For some people with simple cases and little or no assets, filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy without a lawyer may be an option. If you're comfortable dealing with complex paperwork and can put in the time to learn the law, you can save on legal fees.
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Bankruptcy Attorneys vs Bankruptcy Petition Preparers
Bankruptcy petition preparers are less expensive than bankruptcy lawyers but they can only help with the bankruptcy paperwork, they can't give you legal advice or offer alternatives to bankruptcy.
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Bankruptcy Lawyer Costs & Types of Fees
Most bankruptcy lawyers will charge a fixed fee to analyze your case, file your bankruptcy, and represent you in the bankruptcy hearing.
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What If I Can't Afford a Bankruptcy Attorney?
For people considering bankruptcy, money for legal fees is not always available. The good news is, a bankruptcy will usually free up a lot of income and there are some ways your attorney can help.
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How to Find a Good Bankruptcy Lawyer
Personal referrals are generally the best way to find a lawyer, but most often you'll need to find and screen attorneys on your own.
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What to Look for in a Bankruptcy Lawyer
As you interview attorneys, make sure you ask questions about their usual availability, their fees, their experience with various debt relief options, and their practice style.
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