Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding available to all residence in Massachusetts including the residents of the town of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, which has many hardworking and self employed people, who may for varying reasons be unable to pay their debts.  A petition for bankruptcy can help people who qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge their debts or a petition for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help people pay their debts, including unpaid mortgage arrears, back in an affordable way with just one payment per month.   Unlike debt consolidation, Chapter 13 bankruptcy will always be successful.  Although any petition for bankruptcy appears on your credit history for a period of 7-10 years, a person who needs a fresh start and is burdened with mountains of debt should find out how bankruptcy may help them out of a difficult financial situation.  People are often surprised to learn how soon after their discharge from bankruptcy that they are able to rebuild and attain credit, even mortgages, in as little as two years after their discharge from bankruptcy.   If you are a Dartmouth, MA resident with a legal issue involving bankruptcy including; foreclosure, overwhelming debt, credit cards, repossessions and outstanding taxes. The Law Office of Bardsley & Gray is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for your financial situation.

Accidents happen, even in beautiful towns like Dartmouth, Massachusetts.  If you have been injured by some one else’s negligence in Dartmouth, MA, the Law Office of Bardsley & Gray and their team will work hard to get the compensation that you deserve and there is no fee unless we are successful.  Personal injury cases include; including; automobile accidents, dog bite injuries, medical malpractice, wrongful death claims, birth injuries, and catastrophic accidents.

Please Contact the Law Office of Bardsley & Gray at 1-508-985-0054 for a free one-half hour (1/2) consultation for legal services involving Bankruptcy, Family Law, and Personal Injury law, including Auto Accident, Medical Malpractice, and Wrongful Death.