If you are struggling with debt, you are not alone. Filing for bankruptcy is nothing to be ashamed of.  It is your right, enshrined by the Founding Fathers in the United States Constitution.  Local Pittsburgh bankruptcy lawyer Emily Gomez-Hayes is dedicated to helping her clients exercise that right, and free themselves from debt.

You shouldn’t have to choose between paying your bills and feeding your family. Call the Law Office of Emily Gomez at 412-378-5854, or fill out our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation.  Attorney Gomez-Hayes will work hard to help you find the right solution for your situation, which may be bankruptcy but may also involve other alternatives.

Helping You Get Out From Under Debt

When debt resulting from divorce, medical bills or unemployment becomes overwhelming, an experienced consumer bankruptcy attorney can help determine if bankruptcy is the right option for you. At the Law Office of Emily Gomez, we pride ourselves on giving clients the personal attention they need to make this decision.  Together we find the best way forward, and come up with a plan to get you there. For some clients, credit counseling or debt collection defense may be better options than chapter 7 bankruptcy.

If you qualify, chapter 7 will discharge most of your debts, meaning you won’t have to pay them anymore. Many times, I am able to help my clients keep their homes. Similarly, you could even keep your car if you are able to make the payments.

Filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy will also stop creditor harassment. After we file for bankruptcy, creditors cannot call your home or garnish your wages until your bankruptcy case is resolved.

A Pittsburgh Bankruptcy Lawyer in Your Corner

Call our office at 412-378-5854 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your options.  You will need to bring your two most recent years’ tax returns, current copies of your credit reports, a list of all your assets as well as a list of all your debts.

I am available in my Swissvale office by appointment, Monday through Friday. I offer reasonable legal fees and accept all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

1 Comment

  • Amy Rodriguez September 27, 2017 9:32 am

    Im thinking about filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy and wanted to know the process. How much is it? What happens after I file? What are the pros and cons? I think that it has gotten to the point in my life that I NEED to file.

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