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The Easy 3-Step Process to Filing For Bankruptcy:

1.) Free Consultation

2.) Get Started With Filing

3.) Sign and File

During your free initial consultation you will meet with Attorney John Brooke who will review your financial situation and answer any questions that you have about bankruptcy. He will explain the process of bankruptcy and what you can expect.

You won't be rushed and he will spend however long is necessary. You will walk out of the office with a clear understanding of how you can wipe your financial slate clean and get a fresh start.

He will also provide you with a short questionnaire and list of documents that are needed to prepare your bankruptcy paperwork.

When you are ready to file all you need to do is call to make an appointment to drop of your paperwork. When you come in to get started we will review your documents to make sure everything is in order. Within a day or two the paperwork will be prepared by Attorney John Brooke for you to come back to sign.

You can now rest easy knowing that you'll soon be on your way to financial freedom and debt relief.

In emergencies such as a foreclosure sale date of a home or frozen bank account, the paperwork can be prepared and filed within the same day.

When you come back to sign we will review all the documents that are going to be filed. You'll be provided with copies of everything for your records after signing.

Shortly after signing your bankruptcy will be filed in court. Any necessary follow up with the creditors will be done so they are aware that you are now protected by the Federal bankruptcy laws. After your bankruptcy is filed the creditors are legally prohibited from contacting you or attempting to collect on any of your debts.

Once your bankruptcy is filed the creditors will stop any lawsuits or wage garnishments. If your bank account is frozen the creditors will also have to unfreeze it immediately.


When you are struggling with unmanageable debt, high interest rates, unpaid bills, unexpected expenses and creditor harassment, it can all seem overwhelming. Recovering your financial stability and quality of life is all but impossible without taking steps to change your circumstances. With the right information and advice provided to you by an honest legal professional, you have the opportunity to make a decision that will positively impact your finances - and put your concerns at ease. Give yourself a fresh start and clean slate to your financial life today by contacting The Brooke Law Firm.

Having to confront handling your finances can be a difficult thing to do, but ignoring them can lead to dire consequences. With the help of a caring and dedicated bankruptcy attorney at the Brooke Law Firm, we will work closely with you to determine your financial situation and recommend the best option for you. Attorney John Brooke won't speak to you in complicated legalese, but instead he will explain in simple terms the options for relieving your financial burdens. Scheduling a free bankruptcy consultation is your first step towards peace of mind and eliminating your debt.


We Offer Payment Plans and Affordable Fees

The Brooke Law Firm offers lower fees than many other law firms. In most cases we can do payment plans for bankruptcy services where we split up the fee into several manageable payments. We are also available after normal business hours because we understand your busy life doesn't only operate on a 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. schedule.

 

Free No Obligation Consultations At Your Convenience

We offer FREE, NO OBLIGATION INITIAL CONSULTATIONS for all new clients. At the consultation we will thoroughly explain the bankruptcy process and what you can expect before, during and after the bankruptcy is discharged. We are flexible with appointments and can even meet in the evenings after work and on some Saturdays.

Stop Burdensome Creditors

Stop those annoying phone calls from debt collectors at home and at work. The moment your bankruptcy is filed your creditors legally cannot contact you anymore. You can rest easy knowing you can answer your phone again and not be harassed. John P. Brooke, Esq. will stop your wage garnishment, unfreeze your bank accounts, remove liens on property, respond to lawsuits, stop a foreclosure and in some cases eliminate a second mortgage.

Rebuild Your Credit After Filing For Bankruptcy

You will also start rebuilding your credit almost immediately by taking certain steps after filing for bankruptcy. John P. Brooke, Esq. will advise you on ways to rebuild your credit. Give yourself a little peace of mind today. You can visit www.annualcreditreport.com and obtain a FREE copy of your credit report from all 3 credit reporting agencies.

The Only Person You Will be Working With is an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney

My office is not a bankruptcy mill where you will be pushed off on a secretary or paralegal once you meet with an attorney. I am an experienced bankruptcy attorney and I will be the only person you deal with from start to finish.

My office also has a policy of returning phone calls or e-mails within one business day or in most cases the same day. I won't keep you waiting in suspense to have your questions answered. I understand this is a troubling time in you life and I will do everything I can to ease your mind and help you get a 'fresh start' to your financial future.

You can view recent, real-life testimonials from former clients here on my Google plus review page:Google Reviews



Serving Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island. Conveniently located in Brightwaters (next to Bay Shore on Long Island) close to the L.I.R.R., Southern State Parkway, Sunrise Highway and Sagtikos Parkway.

*Payments plans are tailored to meet the needs of the individual and after consulation payment arrangements will be made.