Upstate New York Social Security Disability & Bankruptcy Lawyer

The Law Offices of Steven R. Dolson, PLLC

The Law Offices of Steven R. Dolson, PLLC
126 North Salina Street
Suite 3B

Syracuse, New York 13202

Phone(877) 332-8009
Fax (315) 423-3330

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Law Firm Overview

The Law Offices of Steven R. Dolson, PLLC was established in 2005. The firm is one of Central New York's Premier Bankruptcy and Social Security law firms. From Syracuse we've expanded East into Utica and Albany, North into Watertown, South into Binghamton, and West into Rochester.
Our success is in large part due to our reputation of being dedicated to our clients' needs and interests.

Our firm has grown significantly in the past several years. Even with our growth the firm's focus remains the individual needs of each of our clients. We understand that people seeking the advice of an attorney are entering into an unfamiliar world. Our focus will continue to be the best service at the lowest price possible. If you're in need of legal assistance, we hope that you consider being a part of our continued growth.

Year this Office was Established: 2005

Languages: English

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Supplemental Security Income (SSI); Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Chapter 11 Bankruptcy; Mortgage Foreclosure Defense; Creditor Harassment and Consumer Protection; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Areas of Law Description

We are consistently dedicated to delivering care, responsive and reliable representation that is specially tailored to meet each client's individual needs in the following practice areas:

- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

If you are disabled and unable to maintain full-time employment, you may be eligible to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSI benefits are administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to assist disabled individuals who have little or no income or resources to otherwise afford basic necessities such as food, clothing and shelter.

- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Although Chapter 11 is primarily used by large corporations and partnerships to re-organize and pay their creditors over time without going out of business, this option is also available to individuals. However, since it is very expensive and complex to file a Chapter 11, individuals usually file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 instead, which typically achieves the same result.


Steven Dolson, Esq. Mr. Steven R. Dolson, Esq.
Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Social Security Disability



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