How Bankruptcy Works
Long Island Bankruptcy Attorney
Making the decision to file for bankruptcy can be difficult and confusing. It is important to consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney to discuss all of your legal options, and to thoroughly understand the entire bankruptcy process. Navigating the bankruptcy process yourself can be daunting, with many possible pitfalls for the unwary.
Andrew M. Doktofsky understands that mounting debt can be overwhelming. He will personally discuss all of your legal options, so you and your family can make an informed decision about whether to file for bankruptcy.
Click the links below for detailed information on how bankruptcy works:
- The Bankruptcy Process
- Bankruptcy Timeline
- Pre-Bankruptcy Considerations
- Where to File for Bankruptcy
- The Automatic Stay
- The Means Test in Chapter 7
- How the Chapter 7 Means Test Works
- Payments to Unsecured Creditors in Chapter 13
- Change in Circumstances in Chapter 13
- Time Between Bankruptcy Filings
- Red Flags in Bankruptcy
While this website contains valuable information, it is important to consult an experienced Long Island bankruptcy attorney. Every individual’s situation is different, and an attorney must assess the specific facts of your case to fully explain your legal options.
At the initial free consultation, Andrew M. Doktofsky will thoroughly explain your legal options, and help you determine whether bankruptcy is right for you and your family. Contact Andrew M. Doktofsky, P.C. at 631-812-7020 or submit an online form to schedule a confidential consultation.
Andrew represents clients throughout Suffolk County and Nassau County. This includes Deer Park, Babylon, Bay Shore, Brentwood, Lindenhurst, Huntington, West Islip, Central Islip, Commack, and surrounding areas.