Albany Bankruptcy Lawyer
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Bankruptcy Law Basics: More than one million American files for bankruptcy every year. Bankruptcy is a tool to wipe the debt slate clean and get a fresh start. The Albany lawyer(s) at Richard Croak and Associates answer your important questions, on video, about when bankruptcy should be an option and what rights you have as a debtor in New York. For answers to your legal questions about Bankruptcy Law, click on a question below, or to contact Richard Croak and Associates about Bankruptcy Law issues, use the form below or call (518) 690-4410.
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Law Firm InfoRichard Croak and Associates
314 Great Oaks Blvd
Albany, New York 12203
About Our Firm
From our offices in Albany, New York, attorney Richard Croak and his team represent individuals and businesses in all legal matters related to Bankruptcy. For more than twenty years, we have been helping clients file bankruptcy under bankruptcy code Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 for individuals, Chapter 11 for businesses and professionals, and Chapter 12 for farmers. Richard Croak is among a select few attorneys who is an American Board of Certification Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney and a Board Certified Business Bankruptcy Attorney.
Our Office Location
The New York lawyer(s) at Richard Croak and Associates offer their Bankruptcy Lawservices to residents of the New York cities of Albany, Colonie, Schenectady, Troy, Clifton Park, Guilderland, Bethlehem, Rotterdam, Saratoga Springs, Glenville, Queensbury, Niskayuna, Halfmoon, Amsterdam, Milton, East Greenbush, Cohoes, Gloversville, Glens Falls and Albany County, Clinton County, Columbia County, Essex County, Fulton County, Green County, Montgomery County, Rensselaer County, Saratoga County, Warren County, Washington County and Ulster County.