Newton Bankruptcy Attorneys

Helping Boston Residents Find Financial Freedom

Filing for bankruptcy can be a tough choice, even if you’ve been struggling with debt for years. Whether because of mounting medical expenses, divorce proceedings, or an unexpected family emergency, many hard-working people often find themselves unable to climb out of debt on their own. At The Halks Firm, our Newton bankruptcy lawyers can help you find a better solution to your debt woes, through the freeing process of bankruptcy. We’re also committed to helping you explore all the available options, with the goal of attaining permanent debt relief for you and your family.

Ready to learn more? Contact our bankruptcy attorneys at (781) 995-0107 to receive a free consultation in Boston and beyond.

Discover Lasting Debt Relief Today

When you’re in extreme debt, it can negatively impact your mental and emotional health, as well as your financial portfolio. From dealing with constant creditor harassment to worrying about foreclosure and other risks, debt invites a significant degree of stress and frustration into your life. Although many people mistakenly assume that bankruptcy is a “last resort,” up to 1 million Americans choose to file for individual bankruptcy each year, often because of rising healthcare costs and other unforeseeable burdens.

During your consultation, we can help you decide which form of bankruptcy is right for you:

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: If you are eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may be able to discharge most of your existing unsecured debts, which includes credit cards, personal loans, and other liens. Any assets and non-exempt property will be liquidated into cash in order to help cover these debts, but the rest will be effectively dismissed.
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: If you don’t meet the eligibility requirements for Chapter 7, you may be able to file for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy instead. Also called “reorganization bankruptcy,” this will allow you to keep your assets while following a court-ordered debt repayment plan over a period of time.

Compassionate Advocacy in Bankruptcy Matters

Regardless of whether you qualify for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, our compassionate legal team at The Halks Firm will strive to make your bankruptcy process as smooth as possible. As seasoned trial lawyers, we can effectively negotiate on your behalf, and fight for the debt-free future that you deserve.

If you have questions about bankruptcy, don’t hesitate to call our Newton attorneys at (781) 995-0107 today!

Unbreakable Bonds Built with Previous Clients

Hear What They Have to Say
  • “What I mostly enjoy about Attorney Halks is the fact that he has excellent work ethic.”

    Sara

  • “He was very knowledgeable regarding family law and helped me navigate the difficult task at hand.”

    Former Client

  • “I’ve learned to recognize young talent destined for great success in their field. Nick most definitely fits that description.”

    Jeff

  • “Attorney Nick Halks walks it like he talks it.”

    Former Client

  • “I am very thankful and cannot thank Nick enough for going to bat for me.”

    Cliff

  • “Attorney Nicholas Halks has truly been a savior to my family and my daughter and for that, I will be eternally appreciative.”

    Eric

  • “Nick did an amazing job with my custody case. ”

    Zina G.

  • “He was effective, honest, direct, extremely knowledgeable of the law and most of all confident.”

    Ronna

  • “ I can finally move on with my life.”

    Andrew

  • “ Takes pride in his work and is concerned to provide the best possible representation for his client. ”

    Doug

  • “He has a great trial presence – professional and energetic.”

    Carolyn

  • “He was extremely helpful, knowledgeable, and honest with me about my case and my chances for success. ”

    Stephanie

  • “ I am extremely happy with my decision to stick with him!”

    Rachel

  • “Nick was very professional and easy to work with.”

    Former Client

  • “I felt my concerns we’re listened to, treated like a person, and received the service I paid for.”

    John