Waldorf Bankruptcy Law Firm
Since 1991, we have been representing clients in...
Since 1991, we have been representing clients in...When the people of Waldorf, Maryland, find they cannot pay their debts and they face harassment, expensive fees and loss of property, the stress takes a large toll on their quality of life. At the law firm of Christman & Fascetta LLC, we assist those who are not sure where to turn when their bills become unmanageable. Because we recognize what an incredibly hard time this is, our phone lines are open 24 hours a day for our clients to reach us.
Since 1991, we have been representing clients in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings. We have successfully handled more than 20,000 cases, helping residents all over Waldorf and Baltimore County to get a fresh start with a compassionate, proactive approach to filing. Initial consultations are free, and we start fresh with each case so the solutions are customized to the case rather than a one-size-fits-all approach.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is ideal for those who have extensive amounts of debt and little property and are unable to pay their bills. Petitions can be settled in as little as four months as we file within days with only tax returns, bank statements, paystubs and deeds to properties. At the law firm of Christman & Fascetta LLC, we help those who want to keep their property but need a more manageable monthly payment for their bills with a Chapter 13 filing. This situation is often ideal for those who have an income but struggle maintaining monthly payments.
At our law firm, we are happy to take credit card payments and offer payment plans so that our services are available to all those who need a clean slate financially.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
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