The attorneys at the Law Offices of Robert M. Stahl have more than 25 years of experience representing individual and business debtors in connection with bankruptcy filing and restructuring their financial obligations through negotiated workouts with creditors and in state court lawsuits, as well as in bankruptcy reorganizations. The Law Office of Robert M. Stahl has experience in representing clients with serious financial and tax problems in all types of bankruptcy cases. The Law Offices of Robert M. Stahl has successfully helped thousands of Maryland clients discharge or reorganize tens of millions of dollars of commercial and tax-related financial obligations, as well as save their residential and commercial properties from foreclosure. A Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy case can effectively discharge or reorganize financial problems. Our attorneys have extensive experience in guiding individuals through bankruptcy process. Bankruptcy law is not meant to punish a person in financial trouble; it is intended to provide the honest debtor with a financial “fresh start.”
Bankruptcy Law Firm in Carroll County · Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 13 · Lawyer Robert Stahl
An important feature applicable to all types of bankruptcy filings is the automatic stay. The automatic stay means that the filing for bankruptcy protection automatically stops and brings to a grinding halt most lawsuits, collection actions, repossessions, foreclosures, evictions, garnishments, attachments, utility shut-offs, and debt collection harassment. It offers debtors a breathing spell by giving the debtor and the trustee assigned to the case time to review the situation and develop an appropriate plan. In most circumstances, creditors cannot take any further legal action against the debtor or the his/her property without permission from the bankruptcy court.
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