D'Angio Law Offices has handled numerous bankruptcy cases, representing individuals and small businesses in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court since the 1980’s.
We are not a “factory.” Even though we’ve handled many cases, they have been over two decades, and we’ve prided ourselves on our individual service. We never want people or businesses to get lost between the cracks or feel that they are “just a number.” We prefer to give them the hands on service.
When you choose D'Angio Law Office you get of over two decades of hands on bankruptcy experience. With the recent downturn in the economy, you want a lawyer who has a proven track record in the Bankruptcy Court and knows how to navigate the ins and outs of any proceedings. Attorney D'Angio is a proud member of NACBA, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, a network of bankruptcy attorneys who consult almost every day over the latest and most complex issues in personal and small business bankruptcy.
Most people who seek advice as to Bankruptcy or other debt related problems are extremely stressed out and desperate for help. Often they take actions that later prove ill advised and may make their situation worse. Waiting until the last minute to at least consult with an attorney is often very regrettable because the results can be felt for years, such as when somebody unwisely transfers real estate(don’t do it without advice from a bankruptcy lawyer- a regular lawyer without expertise will not do - it can cost you all the equity in your house!) or drains their IRA or 401(k) to pay debt, or takes any other dramatic action. Generally all bankruptcy consultations are free so delaying has no financial risk and only huge benefit. The worst case scenario is that you will learn a little about how the whole process works.
People hesitate to contact a lawyer for many reasons but biggest among these is shame and fear. What makes Bankruptcy and debt related law practice so rewarding is that we almost always can find a way to give people the real hope of a “fresh start.” There is nothing more satisfying than having a person leaving our office after an hour meeting with a plan as to how we’re going to deal with their financial woes. More often than not the person regrets not having come in earlier. Financial problems can cause people health and marital problems that are almost unbearable.
People also have all sorts of false assumptions about bankruptcy. They think they won’t have good credit for a long time (false) that they will never be able to buy a house or condo (false) or refinance their existing mortgage (false). They also have all sorts of assumptions as to what does and doesn’t happen in bankruptcy. Many of these assumptions come from well-meaning but ill-advised friends and family. The Bankruptcy Code is very complicated and every person has different circumstances. What might not work for one person might work perfectly for another. The best way to get real answers to a person’s individual situation is to come in and have a no-obligation consultation.