Smith & Messina is an experienced bankruptcy law firm that looks forward to working with you to determine your best course of action.
In debt? What choices do you have?
For some, it may be difficult to fully comprehend the psychology of debt and how it can have power over virtually every aspect of a person's life until they live it. At Smith & Messina LLP, we want you to know that we understand what you are going through, we have heard every horror story under the sun and we have the knowledge, tools and resources to help you dig out.
As a Buffalo bankruptcy lawyer with a passion for helping people not just find any solution, but THE RIGHT SOLUTIONS, Attorney Smith is available to guide you on the right path towards financial recovery no matter what predicament you are in.
Attorney Smith is selected for inclusion in Upstate New York's Super Lawyers® an honor held by no more than 2.5% of attorneys in the state.
We offer free, no obligation consultations.
You have questions, we are here to give you THE answers!
What does our methodology translate to? It means that we will carefully review all of the important factors about your case, which will determine which path would lead to the best resolution. We take our clients seriously and if bankruptcy is not your best option, we will tell you so because if we were in your shoes, we would want to hear the truth.
Bankruptcy Alternatives to Consider
Since every client's situation is unique, there is no such thing as a "one size fits all" approach to debt. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy but are not quite sure if it's the right move, here are some alternatives to consider:
As an alternative to filing, our law firm has experience working with creditors, to negotiate out a reduced balance and to allow you to make reasonable monthly payments on one or all of your accounts.
Our firm can contact your creditors directly and try to negotiate on your behalf. While you can expect to spend hours on the phone, it may result in waived late fees or penalties, an interest rate reduction, or a settlement for less than you owe.
Real-Life Solutions from a Buffalo Bankruptcy Attorney
alternatives to bankruptcy typically require
that a debtor either have cash on hand, or
access to cash. In many cases a job loss, a divorce, or an injury or illness has wiped out a debtor's savings and led to 30, 60, and 90 day lates on their credit report, making it difficult, if not impossible to explore an alternative to bankruptcy.
If you are in between a rock and a hard place, we want to help. We urge you to contact our Buffalo bankruptcy firm to discuss your case in a free, confidential consultation with our lawyer.
Have Questions About Where To Begin?
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