Bankruptcy Law in Groton, Connecticut

Groton, CT Bankruptcy Law

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Bankruptcy and the Corona Virus-Free Consults, Groton, Connecticut
During the time of social distancing due to the Corona virus, The Law Office of Mark O. Grater, located at 4 Fort Hill Rd. in Groton, CT, New London County, PHONE # 860-449-8059, has made accommodations for all present and potential clie...read more
Personal Bankruptcy- How long does it Last, Groton, Connecticut
A common questions that is asked, especially in Chapter 7 fresh start bankruptcies, is how long to they last.  The typical successful Chapter 7 lasts for a total of approximately three months from the time of filing to the time of d...read more
Groton, CT Bankruptcy Law Businesses
Mark O. Grater Attorney at Law, Bankruptcy Law, Personal Injury Law, Attorneys, Groton, Connecticut
4 Fort Hill Rd
Groton, CT 06340
(860)449-8059
When you've been injured in an auto accident or need a bankruptcy attorney, your legal representative's level of experience can be the most significant factor that determines the outcome of your case. From his offices in Groton, Mark O. ...
Action Advocacy, Personal Bankruptcy Services, Bankruptcy Law, Bankruptcy Attorneys, Norwich, Connecticut
66 Franklin St
Norwich, CT 06360
(860) 859-2017
Everyone deserves a second chance, and Action Advocacy will make sure you get yours. Headed by debt relief attorney and bankruptcy specialist David Falvey, this Groton, CT, firm helps clients throughout the state regain control of their ...
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4 Eligibility Requirements for Connecticut Workers’ Compensation , Groton, Connecticut
Getting hurt in any type of accident can have devastating consequences, but sustaining an on-the-job injury or illness can be especially challenging. Not only do you have to dea...read more
Keeping What You Own In Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
Many people wonder if they will be able to keep what they own when they file bankruptcy.  In 99% of the cases they can by using the bankruptcy exemption system.  In Connect...read more
UNSECURED CREDITORS IN BANKRUPTCY, Groton, Connecticut
In a typical Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, debts owed to unsecured creditors are discharged, that is to say, they are forgiven and do not need to be paid going forward.  The most common...read more
4 FAQ About Workers Compensation, Groton, Connecticut
If you were injured on the job, it’s best to file a workers’ compensation claim to get the proper compensation you deserve. While this type of insurance protects employees,...read more
Mortgages & Car Loans in Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
Banks that hold your mortgages and car loans are known as secured creditors.  The amount owed to them is called a secured claim.  Most people who file for bankruptcy have a...read more
A Guide to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be the only way to reclaim your life from unmanageable debt, but many may find the process intimidating and overwhelming. While it’s normal to be ...read more
How to Cope With the Stress of Filing for Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
Becoming trapped in a cycle of debt has lasting consequences on your financial status. Many people are reluctant to consider filing for bankruptcy to relieve debt out of fe...read more
3 Ways to Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
While it’s true that bankruptcy significantly impacts your credit score, this doesn’t mean your record is ruined forever. With discipline, resolve, and the guidance of a knowledgeabl...read more
Bankkruptcy- What About My Car Loan and Mortgage?, Groton, Connecticut
People often ask if they can keep their car or house when they file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  These are know as secured loans.  In Connecticut, the answer is yes, as long ...read more
Is Bankruptcy the Right Step for Me?, Groton, Connecticut
If you're struggling with debt, filing for bankruptcy may be your best course of action. Take note, though, that this debt relief does not apply to everyone. An experienced...read more
5 Tips for Avoiding Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
When you’re unable to meet your financial obligations, bankruptcy can provide a way out and allow you to wipe the slate clean. However, seeking debt relief through the courts can hav...read more
Bankruptcy-Who Do You Go Before?, Groton, Connecticut
Bankruptcy Court procedure in Connecticut is unlike the type of Court procedure one is normally acquainted with, such as going before a judge to plead your case, whether it be civil ...read more
Bankruptcy-Do I Have To Go To Court?, Groton, Connecticut
Many clients ask if they have to go to Court when they file for bankruptcy.  The general answer in the vast majority of case is no.  There is generally just on trip to eith...read more
Your Worker's Compensation Case-Is it going nowhere?, Groton, Connecticut
When you are injured on the job but don’t know your legal rights very often you will be left in the dark about what you are entitled to.  Yes, if you report your claim, you will...read more
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