- Chapter 7 bankruptcy: The most common type of bankruptcy, Chapter 7 bankruptcy enables debtors to completely discharge most forms of debt, including credit card debts, medical bills and other consumer debts. With a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you could gain the fresh start you have been seeking, free from the constant stress and burden of unmanageable debt.
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy: Sometimes referred to as a debt reorganization bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy calls for the creation of a debt repayment plan that lasts for three years to five years. People are only required to pay what they can afford to pay (as determined by a bankruptcy court) and they may discharge all or a significant portion of their unsecured debts after the successful completion of their Chapter 13 debt repayment plan.
- Debt settlement: Attorney Thomas J. Maronick Jr has successfully negotiated scores of debt settlements across the state for debtors facing large judgments and wage garnishments. We have helped many clients throughout the state legally settle their debts for a fraction of what they owe.
Bankruptcy Attorneys Who Are There For You
Let us put our experience to work for you. We are here to help. We understand that creditor harassment, wage garnishments and other aggressive collection measures can put a considerable strain on people who are struggling with debts.
The relief offered by bankruptcy and debt settlements is very real and very powerful. To learn more about your legal rights and options, schedule a free 30-minute phone or office consultation with a lawyer at our firm today.
The Maronick Law firm has lawyers practicing bankruptcy law in Baltimore Maryland, Ocean City Maryland, Annapolis Maryland, Silver Spring Maryland, Bel Air Maryland, and Salisbury Maryland. The Maronick Law Office's Attorneys practice bankruptcy law all throughout Maryland as well. No matter which Maryland Court we practice in, we will provide the best defense for your bankruptcy case.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.