Philadelphia is a great city, but more and more Philly families are struggling to pay their debts. If you are in debt and looking for a experienced Philadelphia bankruptcy attorney, call today. We represent clients throughout the city and surrounding counties, including Center City, North, Northeast, Northwest, South, Southwest, and West Philadelphia. Both our Center City and Northwest Philadelphia/Chestnut Hill law offices are easy to find and convenient to most of the greater Philadelphia area. To see a complete list of the communities that we serve, click here.
If you have any questions about bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy solutions to debt issues, such as debt settlement/debt negotiation, foreclosure defense, mortgage modification, debtor defense, and consumer law, we are happy to discuss them with you. Please feel free to call us at 215-248-0989 or use our contact form to set up a free consultation. Your financial situation is unique, and it is important to review all of your options with your lawyer.
Locations and Directions:
We have the following office locations:
Center City Office:
8 Penn Center, Suite 400
1628 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Northwest Philadelphia/Chestnut Hill Office:
40 West Evergreen Avenue, Suite 101
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Visit our Contact page for more information.
Please take a look at our main website and blog for more information on our firm and practice areas. Our Resources page includes links useful to anyone thinking about bankruptcy. You might also check out our FAQ and Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 pages.
Facts about Philadelphia Bankruptcy:
All cases from the City of Philadelphia are filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Hearings for such cases are held downtown. The bankruptcy hearing (meeting of creditors) in Chapter 7 cases is held at the Federal Courthouse on 900 Market Street, Suite 304A, Philadelphia, PA 19107. In Chapter 13 cases, the hearing occurs at 1234 Market Street, Suite 18−341, Philadelphia, PA 19107. (In most cases, debtors attend only one hearing.) The bankruptcy court is located at 900 Market Street. For additional information about bankruptcy hearings, see “Will I have to go to court?”)