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Hines Law Offices

873 Waverley St
Framingham, MA 01702
(781) 277-0411
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We Offer Legal Solutions for Families and Individuals. Experience and extensive knowledge and is at the core of our practice. At Hines Law Offices, we handle Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases in Framingham MA, and neighboring cities.

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  • We Offer Legal Solutions for Families and Individuals, please visit our website Experience and extensive knowledge and is at the core of our practice. At Hines Law Offices, we handle Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases in Framingham MA, and neighboring cities throughout our Middlesex County and Worcester County. Rest assured that we will stand by your side, no matter what specific issues you may be facing, our commitment is to safeguard your interests and your future by providing the right solution for your case. Representing Personal Bankruptcy Clients Throughout Massachusetts Our Full-Service Legal Firm handles all types of personal debt relief matters. Throughout the years, we have been privileged to serve clients in Framingham, Watertown, Westborough, Worcester, Leominster, and beyond. Our expertise includes Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filing as well as assisting our clients implement a plan to rebuild their future.. Bankruptcy Attorney for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13,Stop Foreclosure,Stop Wage Garnishment,Eliminate Debt,Stop Lawsuits,and more!Massachusetts Bankruptcy Attorneys Ready to Safeguard Your Interests and Help Rebuild Your Future! Chapter 7 is a liquidation bankruptcy,that can help you keep your home and your car,stop creditor harassment and garnishments,and most importantly,gives you a fresh start. This form of protection is what most people think of when they think of filing bankruptcy and is the most common. Obtaining a new financial start in life is now more than possible,by filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. A married couple or individual is able to have their debt discharged,as part of this form of bankruptcy. For many individuals,most often this is the best course of action,when there is little optimism of paying off their debts. The ultimate goal of Chapter 7,is to discharge your debts. When you receive a “discharge” you are no longer obligated to pay your unsecured debt,such as; medical bills,credit cards,and loans. There are however,some debts which cannot be discharged in this legal proceeding,including most child support,student loans,some tax debt or debt you owe due to fraud or operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence. The federal government has established bankruptcy as a means to enable people to start over financially. Many times we all know of friends or family that have embraced the opportunity to enjoy debt relief and live their lives without the stress and anxiety of worrying about money and debt they cannot pay. Let Our Massachusetts Law Firm Protect You Today! Chapter 13 is a powerful mechanism for the reorganization of debts to help property owners keep their cars,homes,and other valuable assets – while getting a handle on debts. Among other important benefits,by filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy,you may be able to stop wage garnishment,foreclosures,repossession,and reduce or eliminate credit card debt,all under the protection of the bankruptcy court. Most importantly of all,bankruptcy gives you the opportunity for a fresh start! Let our years of experience,help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you. Bankruptcies are generally described as either liquidation or reorganization,here we will discuss the option for reorganization/repayment. A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is designed to help married couples or individuals consolidate,reduce or eliminate,repay,and prioritize old debts – while receiving protection against creditors. This method affords the opportunity to create a single repayment plan that is managed by the court,vs. dealing with multiple bills and creditors. The reorganization or repayment of debt allows the debtor,to enter into an interest-free debt repayment plan to pay back all or some of the debts over a period of time – typically three – five years. During this time,creditors are not permitted to collect or contact you,and must abide by the plan approved by the court.

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    Daily 8am-8pm