Orlando Bankruptcy Lawyer

Major life events, such as a serious illness or injury, a divorce, or the loss of your job can create financial turmoil and uncertainty. Many people facing serious financial problems take increasingly desperate measures, such as draining retirement accounts. If you are in serious financial distress, it is time to take a hard look at all of your options. For many people, bankruptcy offers a way out of debt problems. Filing bankruptcy is not as simple as filing paperwork; however, you need an experienced lawyer who can guide you through the process to a successful conclusion.

For years, people throughout the Orlando area have placed their trust in attorney Carmelina Marin of The Marin Law Firm, P.A. We provide skilled, compassionate legal representation to people going through serious financial challenges.

Affordable Bankruptcy Could Be Your Answer

Bankruptcy is a powerful legal tool. While it is not always right for everyone, bankruptcy can delay or stop foreclosure, stop creditor harassment, and stop garnishment or repossession. We will look closely at your finances and help you decide whether bankruptcy is right for you.

Our law focuses our efforts on family law and bankruptcy. In fact, in many cases financial issues and family troubles go hand in hand. If you and your spouse have financial problems and are considering filing for bankruptcy and divorce, we can advise you of your options and take action. For people who qualify, Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be an excellent way to break free of credit card debt, unpaid medical bills and other types of debt. Whatever path we take, you can be confident in our ability to navigate the legal process and help you through this time.

Contact The Marin Law Firm, P.A.

If you are finding it impossible to pay your bills, consider how bankruptcy can give you a fresh start. We at The Marin Law Firm, P.A., will be glad to talk with you. Contact us online or call 407-680-1867.

We are a debt relief agency that helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.