Call (203) 653-5133 to learn all about the ultimate in debt relief. As provided for in the U.S. Constitution, bankruptcy is America's social safety net for people unable to pay their debts.
The Meeting of Creditors (part 5 of 8)
The Meeting of Creditors is an administrative meeting held about 1 month after filing the petition. Your attorneys will prepare you for this meeting.
Types of Bankruptcy (part 2 of 8)
Discover which type of bankruptcy is best for you and your family. Call (203) 653-5133 to schedule your free consultation with bankruptcy attorneys at the Law Office of George H. Weber, LLC.
Bankruptcy Court Hearings (part 6 of 8)
People in Connecticut who file for bankruptcy must fulfill many critical responsibilities in order to discharge debt. Your attorneys at the Law Office of George H. Weber, LLC can be your guide throughout the process and help you restart your financial life.
Debts Not Discharged in Bankruptcy (part 3 of 8)
Most, but not all, debts can be eliminated in bankruptcy. Speak with Attorney Weber or Attorney Ravenscroft to discover if your particular debts will be discharged in bankruptcy.
The Bankruptcy Discharge (part 7 of 8)
This is it! The elimination of your debt. We call it the "discharge." Have your Connecticut bankruptcy attorneys help you discharge your debts and eliminate your sleepless nights.
Filing for Bankruptcy (part 4 of 8)
Your FREE consultation with the bankruptcy lawyers at the Law Office of George H. Weber, LLC is your opportunity to find answers for any questions you might have about filing bankruptcy.
The Importance of Legal Assistance (part 8 of 8)
Thinking about filing bankruptcy without the help of a bankruptcy attorney? It can be done, but make sure to watch this video first.