MASSACHUSETTS BANKRUPTCY LAW

Attorneys Mark L. Hare and Mary Anne Stamm, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, have extensive experience in all areas of the Bankruptcy Code. The Federal Bankruptcy Code was enacted to assist people overwhelmed by debt or are facing financial crisis. Federal Bankruptcy Laws provide protection against creditor harassment and grant people a chance to get a financial "fresh start". The Bankruptcy Laws can stop repossessions, foreclosures, wage garnishments, judgments, lawsuits and IRS levies.

CHAPTER 11 PLAN OF REORGANIZATION

Chapter 11 allows businesses to continue to operate while restructuring the debts of the business

CHAPTER 13 PLAN OF REORGANIZATION

Chapter 13 is a valuable plan for consumers who have fallen behind in mortgage or car payments. Chapter 13 stops foreclosures, giving people a chance to catch up on delinquencies. Chapter 13 is also helpful to persons facing difficulties with the IRS.

CHAPTER 7 LIQUIDATION

Chapter 7 enables people to discharges and wipe out debts that are not secured. Examples of unsecured debt include most credit card debt, personal loans, judgments and medical bills. Chapter 7 allows you to keep all of your exempt assets such as houses, cars, and retirement accounts

CREDITOR REPRESENTATION & BANKRUPTCY LITIGATION

The Bankruptcy Code requires that creditors file proof of claims, objection to discharge and motions for Relief from Stay. Attorneys Hare and Stamm can assist creditors to protect their claims in the Bankruptcy Court.


Our Practices include
Massachusetts Divorce and Family Law
Personal Injury Law in Massachusetts
Criminal Defense in Springfield, Ma
Massachusetts Bankruptcy Law
Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization
Chapter 13 Plan of Reorganization
Chapter 7 Liquidation
Creditor Representation & Bankruptcy Litigation
Massachusetts Real Estate


HARE & STAMM Attorneys at Law
1350 Main Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 01103         Tel: 1-413-731-5800         Fax: 1-413-732-5828