In today's economy, financial stress is not uncommon. Many people wait far too late, trying to extricate themselves from financial hardship, before discussing the matter with experts who may be able to assist them dramatically in cutting their losses and getting a fresh financial start. Attorney Steve Zweigart can provide such assistance. He never talks down to his clients, and suggests bankruptcy only when other alternatives will not suffice. Steve has experience in both Chapter 7 (Liquidation) and Chapter 13 (Reorganization) for consumers, and is an active member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
It is Steve's interpretation of bankruptcy law, and our strict office policy, that before Steve may speak with any debtor about debt relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code (including potential costs associated with relief), the debtor must be provided with, and read, a set of disclosure statements. It is our practice to provide the disclosures, then provide the opportunity for a free initial consultation prior to discussing the debtor's particular situation.
Please call to discuss receipt of the disclosures and to set up an appointment for a free consultation prior to asking questions regarding your personal situation. The disclosure packet may be picked up at our office, mailed to you, or delivered electronically via fax, email, or downloaded from the URL indicated below.
We respectfully decline to speak to anyone about the cost of bankruptcy services until after prospective bankruptcy clients have read the disclosures and the attorney has had opportunity to fully evaluate your case, at no cost to you.
Feel free to make initial contact with us via the "Contact Us" page of this site.
The law office of Steven R. Zweigart, Attorney at Law, PLLC, a Member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, is designated as a Federal Debt Relief Agency by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States, and proudly assists consumers seeking relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Note that the Disclosure Packet
may be found by clicking the following link: