Groton, Connecticut

Bankruptcy During CovidGroton, New London, Connecticut

Valid from October 5, 2020 to March 5, 2021
Bankruptcy During Covid, Groton, Connecticut

Many people, through no fault of their own, due to the Covid pandemic, are beginning to suffer severe economic distress.  Jobs are being lost.  Income is disappearing.  Debts that had been previously paid on time are starting to run behind.  The debt collectors are starting to crawl out of their lairs.  The harassments and phone calls are are beginning.  The Senate is beginning to shirk it’s responsibilities.  You may be left with no choice other than eradicate the debt through the use of the Bankruptcy Code.  If you feel you may have reached this point, please feel free free to call Attorney Mark O. Grater at 860-449-8059 in Groton, CT for a FREE CONSULTATION during the crisis.  You can also visit our web cite at  We are located at 4 Fort Hill Rd in Groton.

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