Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is an opportunity for a debtor to emerge out of a financial crisis and get the fresh start he/she deserves. Under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code all non-exempt property of the debtor is sold and the proceeds of the same are distributed to the creditors. In most cases where Chapter 7 is brought into force the debtor has no assets to lose, therefore the fresh start takes place relatively faster, and no personal property is lost.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is applicable for a debtor who has a regular income, and thus can afford to request for such adjustments, or reductions. The United States Bankruptcy Code gives the debtor a ceiling of 5 years, within which the creditors must be paid back, or at least a percentage of some debts must be paid back. While the attorney will safeguard your interests, the entire process is carried out under the supervision of the courts.
Real Estate Settlements
Most likely the other party involved in your real estate transaction will have an attorney protecting their rights. Our office routinely provides assistance and guidance to both buyers and sellers of real estate to help make the process go as smooth as possible. We handle real estate settlements in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties.
Real Estate Litigation
Our office is experienced in many facets of Real Estate Litigation including but not limited to, prosecuting and defending Actions to Quiet Title, Foreclosure, Eviction/Ejectment Actions, and Zoning Issues.
Business Incorporation Services
Choosing the best business entity depends on a host of considerations including the complexity and size of the business, tax and liability issues, cost of maintenance of the business, protection of intellectual property, and any existing regulatory requirements placed on the proposed business activity. Our office is experienced in sorting through the aforementioned issues and choosing the best business entity for your current situation and future growth!
A foreclosure has traditionally been triggered by an economic crisis, such as the loss of a job, injury, illness, or unanticipated emergency expense. Foreclosure Actions are filed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Courts of Common Pleas and are governed by the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure. Often the homeowner does not realize that he/she has rights as the homeowner/occupant per the rules of court and procedure. If you are facing or near foreclosure, contact Sadek & Cooper Law Offices for a consultation.
Every divorce proceeding is different. You need an experienced and skilled attorney to protect you and your family’s interest, as well as maintain harmony within the family unit. Our firm handles both straightforward and uncontested divorces as well as more difficult dissolutions involving complex division of assets. Our firm will provide you with compassionate yet aggressive counsel.
If you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy, please visit our contact page or call us at (215)-545-0008 to set up a FREE consultation with one of our bankruptcy attorneys. Our bankruptcy attorneys serve the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, including Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware Counties and Southern New Jersey.