Helping You Get A Fresh Financial Start
Some people believe that filing bankruptcy will destroy their credit and that they will never be able to buy a car or a house on borrowed money again. In fact, the reality is quite different. By the time you file bankruptcy, your credit is at a low point. In fact, when you file bankruptcy, your credit rating will actually begin to improve because creditors see that you are now taking steps to resolve your debt problems.
At Turner & O’Connell, Attorneys at Law, we provide counsel and representation to people with unmanageable debts. We help them get debt relief and regain control of their lives.
To learn more about our services and how we can help you, contact Turner & O’Connell.
A Bridge To A Better Future
A lawyer at our firm can review your situation and explain your options, which include debt relief through Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy and alternatives to bankruptcy. We will help you make these important decisions and provide additional guidance during the legal process.
As soon as you hire us to represent you, creditor harassment can stop. When we file your bankruptcy petition, repossession actions stop as does the threat of foreclosure and collection lawsuits.
Once your bankruptcy petition is approved, the effect on your life will be dramatic. You will see a significant improvement in your credit rating. You will be able to buy a car on credit right away. You will be able to take out other installment loans as well. In about three years, you may be in a position to obtain mortgage financing to buy a house.
With our help and self-discipline, you can build a better future for yourself and your family. Get legal help today.
Free Consultation · Contact An Attorney
Contact our firm for a free consultation with one of our Dauphin County attorneys. For filing bankruptcy and getting debt relief, look to Turner & O’Connell. We have offices in Harrisburg and Newport, Pennsylvania, to serve you.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.