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Filing bankruptcy doesn’t have to be unknown and scary. Attorney Sean Quinlan has helped hundreds of happy clients find their way back to the shore and get back on their feet. Come talk to Sean about your specific situation. Find out more about Sean Quinlan.
Sean contacted me within minutes of my request for a lawyer on Legalzoom. He explained in detail any questions I had and the basics of my case. At my request he'd come to my residents for meetings. All and all Sean was very respectful and helpful. Making my unfortunate times a bit more easy.
Sep 9, 2013
Sean was so much help during a difficult financial decision time . I would definitely recommend his services to those thinking of bankruptcy choices. He keeps you informed about the process and supports and guides you through each step! He was so personable yet professional at the same time. He really went out of his way to make the bankruptcy experience as painless as possible.
Aug 23, 2013
Sean Quinlan was an excellent and very personable attorney. I feel that his fees are deffientaly affordable. His knowledge was benificial to the victory of my case. I can gaurantee if Sean would not have been fighting for me the outcome of my case and future would have not been a positive experience. Would be sure to use again if needed. If you have been arrested for a dui call Sean to have a consultation.
Apr 21, 2015
Medical Debt Erased
Credit Card Debt Erased
Debt Lawsuits Dismissed
Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be a good option for you if you are thinking about declaring bankruptcy and want to be debt free quickly.
This type of bankruptcy allows you to be free from creditors pursuing you for debt collection. Most of your debt can be discharged or wiped out.
Sometimes your property or assets may be sold to pay creditors, however, our bankruptcy attorney will strive to protect your assets.
Our Free Chapter 7 Evaluation will help you see if Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Pennsylvania is right for you. We are ready to help you get off to a great start.
If you can pay for your living expenses, but not your current debt, and want to keep many of you assets, consider Chapter 13.
You still make payments to your lenders, but at a much lower and manageable payment schedule.
The payment plan that you create will vary based on agreements between your creditors and you. You may be required to pay all, none, or part of your debt.
Find out more with a free consultation with Attorney Sean Quinlan.
Find out how bankruptcy works in Pennsylvania, and get help starting over. Get your free bankruptcy evaluation with Attorney Quinlan, and see which type of bankruptcy might work best for you, and if you qualify.