In the Finger Lakes Region of New York, individuals in need of quality, experienced representation in bankruptcy law, Social Security Disability and criminal defense can turn to me, John F. McKeown, for personal attention to their legal matters. I have been practicing law for more than 25 years, and in that time I have helped my clients through some of the most difficult issues they could face in law and in life.
If you are struggling with obstacles like wage garnishments, foreclosure, unbearable credit card debts, mounting medical bills or harassment from creditors, I can attempt to negotiate with your creditors, or provide you with the reasonable debt relief options of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. When you contact me, we can put an immediate end to your stress, and you can walk away with a new outlook on your financial troubles.
Beyond my bankruptcy practice, I also help people who are struggling with the consequences of substantial disabilities. The inability to earn income or sustain employment due to a disability can affect your life for years to come. I can help you appeal the denial of, a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim.
I can also vehemently defend you against both misdemeanor and felony criminal charges ranging from possession or distribution of controlled substances, DWI charges to felony theft or domestic violence charges.
The legal issues you face in life are bound to cause stress and disruption to your daily life. Achieving the best outcome possible requires an experienced attorney on your side. I encourage you to call 585-337-0479 for a free telephone consultation. Office consultations are free for Social Security clients. I look forward to discussing the legal issues you face and presenting you the most effective solutions.
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