Groton, Connecticut


Valid from January 10, 2019 to April 15, 2019

It’s 2019 and it’s time for a fresh debt free start.  Here are the qualifiers to be debt free:

If you are a one person household and make under $63,864;

If you are a two person household and make under $81,604;

If you are a three person household and make under $98,432;

If you are a four person household and make under $114110;

and so forth with the amount increasing for larger households.  There may be exceptions depending on individual circumstances.  We are a debt relief agency under the bankruptcy code.

Contact attorney Mark O. Grater for a FREE CONSULTATION through 4-1-19 at 860-449-8059, or at or go to our web site at  Serving Southeast Connecticut, including Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, Norwich, Montville, Waterford, Niantic, Pawcatuck, New London, Griswold  and all surrounding Towns.


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