New York Bankruptcy Legal Representation Services 24 Hour Consultations Launched

With the severe financial effects of the global health crisis, a New York law firm launches a division dedicated to providing legal representation to bankruptcy clients throughout the country.

Armonk, United States - August 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Jafri Law Firm launches their legal representation services for businesses, sole proprietors, and independent contractors looking to file for bankruptcy protection or liquidation. From their headquarters in New York, the firm can assist clients throughout the United States.

Additional information can be found at https://www.jafrilawfirm.com/practices/bankruptcy.

The firm’s newest launch comes after establishing a new full-time division dedicated to bankruptcy cases. Recognizing the immense impact of the pandemic on people’s personal and business finances, the legal team can provide the necessary assistance to companies and individuals seeking a fresh start.

Knowledgeable in all facets of bankruptcy law, Jafri Law Firm can provide legal representation for clients who wish to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to shut down their businesses, Chapter 13 bankruptcy to reorganize their business and personal debt, or Chapter 11 bankruptcy to remain operational as they restructure and minimize their debt.

The attorneys can also be relied upon to protect businesses from extreme debt repercussions, such as foreclosure and creditor harassment. The legal team often reminds clients that they have rights that need to be protected despite the money they owe, and that creditors and lenders can be held accountable if they resort to any unlawful means.

Composed of trial lawyers and crisis managers, Jafri Law Firm specializes in helping clients put an end to stressful collection actions through a debt management plan that may involve business reorganization, repayment, or liquidation. Providing step-by-step guidance during the entire process, the attorneys deliver the perfect combination of sensitivity and straightforward counsel.

As one of their satisfied clients from California states, “They’re dependable, easy to work with and keep their clients informed. It is not an easy decision to put your business into bankruptcy. JLF helped make this process bearable.”

Aside from bankruptcy, the firm also handles cases from a long list of other practice areas, which include class actions, constitutional law, cybersecurity and privacy, environmental law, intellectual property, international arbitration, matrimonial and family law, product liability, and securities litigation.

Interested parties may visit the website above for more details or call 800-593-7491 any time of the day to review their options with a legal professional.

Contact Info:
Name: Farva Jafri
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Organization: Jafri Law Firm
Address: 50 Evergreen Row, Armonk, NY 10504, United States
Phone: +1-800-593-7491
Website: https://www.jafrilawfirm.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88970905

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