The prospect of Bankruptcy is terrifying to many, and rightfully so. No one sets off to file bankruptcy, and it is not exactly the standard of success. For millions of Americans each year, however, it is the last line of defense between themselves and aggressive creditors challenging their ability to provide for themselves and their family. Life is full of detours from our well laid plans. Job loss, illness, or even just a bad decision or two don't have to jeopardize your financial future. When life deals a bad hand, you need someone to help you find the light at the end of the tunnel. Is Bankruptcy Right For Me? Bankruptcy is the right answer for more people than seek its protection, but the wrong answer for many who do. We can't say if bankruptcy is right for you, but we encourage you to sit down and speak with one of our attorneys so you can make that decision with expert guidance. In our practice, we have helped thousands of people and we are very proud of our successes. And while the thousands of bankruptcy cases we've been involved in were good decisions for our clients, we also count it as a success all those we've helped avoid bankruptcy as well. Who We Are The Grafton Firm is a group of Baltimore Bankruptcy Lawyers whose mission is to help you conquer your debt. Sometimes this means that you file for bankruptcy. Sometimes this means you avoid bankruptcy. Many Baltimore Bankruptcy lawyers will try to fit you into their practice, instead of fitting their practice to your situation. We would rather tailor a personal solution. Don't Live in Baltimore? That's ok! The Grafton Firm represents clients from all over the State of Maryland.
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So, you’re filing or filed a bankruptcy in Maryland, and you’re not using an attorney? You think lawyers are expensive? We often are, but so too is the cost of entering into an irreversible bankruptcy without guidance. They call the form that opens a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy the Voluntary Petition. Once that petition is filed… [Continue Reading]
While our clients leave feeling happy with the outcomes, none of them come to us happy with the situation they are in. Depression amongst our bankruptcy clients is one of the biggest obstacles that we, as counselors have to overcome. Depression can be debilitating for many. Problems become too big to confront and are thus avoided. … [Continue Reading]