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Individuals in Massachusetts Helped with New Bankruptcy Website
The Worcester bankruptcy firm, the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacks, JR. presents its new custom-built website to help people with overwhelming debts.
The law firm teamed up with the website design and online marketing company Scorpion Design, Inc. The company has gained recognition for the websites they build for attorneys and other professionals nationwide. The most recent site focuses on bankruptcy: http://www.rkovacslaw.com.
A visitor to the site will find it informative and easy to use. One can watch an attorney discuss the firm and important cases relevant to the area of practice. Some areas covered concern bankruptcy myths, bankruptcy for individuals or businesses, discharging of debts, exemptions, debt settlement, and life after bankruptcy. The site helps an individual make contact online or by phone with an attorney at the firm and get help with a debt situation.
Attorney Kovacks practices in the Massachusetts State Courts and Massachusetts Federal District Courts and is an active member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. He provides pro bono services through the Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts and monthly legal assistance to residents at a Worcester County homeless shelter. He is truly interested in helping people overcome their financial difficulties.
The firm will carefully review the financial picture of the client and help to resolve it through the proper actions of bankruptcy whether through Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or Chapter 11.
Take this opportunity to visit the firm online or by telephone and receive a confidential consultation. Contact a Worcester bankruptcy attorney at the firm today: http://www.rkovacslaw.com.
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The Law Office of Robert W. Kovacks, JR. offers professional legal services to those in Worcester, MA and all surrounding counties. Those with large debts who are unable to keep up with monthly payments may find relief from credit collection activities through the protection of the bankruptcy courts. Upon the filing of a bankruptcy, all collection efforts must cease. It allows the debtor a chance to formulate a workable solution whether discharging of certain debts or restructuring debts and payment plans. It is important to seek legal advice from an attorney who can help establish the best route to pursue among the different types of bankruptcies whether Chapter 7, Chapter 11, or Chapter 13. Many are able to rid themselves of credit card debts, medical bills and other financial obligations while maintaining certain real and personal properties. A business entity may be able to continue operations while reorganizing debts. Learn more about the firm at http://www.rkovacslaw.com.