Bankruptcy Attorneys in Washington, District of Columbia
Law Firm OverviewAmmerman & Goldberg Law Firm is located in Washington D.C. and gladly serves its surrounding areas including parts of Maryland and Virginia. The law firm specializes in bankruptcy. Since 1986, the attorneys have handled thousands of cases. In fact, they have handled more cases involving bankruptcy than any other law firm in the area. With over 50 years of combined experience, they can help you cope with your debt and give you the chance at a fresh start.
Millions of Americans are in debt. It is easy to get into, but hard to get out. If you are struggling to pay your bills or face foreclosure on your house, you need to understand your legal options. The attorneys can explain the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. They will eliminate any confusion you have by answering your questions and addressing your questions. It is time to get back on your feet.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Chapter 11 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Car Repossession; Notary Services.
Areas of Law Description
- Debtor Creditor Law
Debtor-creditor law involves the legal interactions between those parties that owe money and the parties to which the money is owed. Often an aspect of everyday life with little involvement by courts and lawyers, when debtor-creditor situations become more complicated, the legal entanglements and implications grow. T
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 bankruptcy (Adjustment of Debts of an Individual with Regular Income), often referred to as wage earner bankruptcy, is designed for people with a regular income who want to, but are unable to, pay off their debts. Ammerman & Goldberg routinely help people struggling to pay their bills file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
- Car Repossession
Once you default on your car payments, your creditor has the legal right to repossess your car. You loan contract typically lists the legal rights that your creditor retains on your car to make your last payment. Repossession can usually take place without going to court and without warning.
- Foreclosure Defense
Due to the subprime mortgage crisis, more and more Americans are facing foreclosure. Contrary to what many homeowners are told, there are legal options available for avoiding or challenging the loss of your house. At the law office of Ammerman & Goldberg, our attorneys strive to help people keep their homes through allowances within bankruptcy laws that enable you to reorganize debt and prevent banks from foreclosing on your house.
Mr. Harris S. Ammerman
Bankruptcy, Debt Relief, Foreclosure
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