Queens Debt Relief Attorney Also Handling Divorce
Bankruptcy and divorce are
areas of law that impact our
clients on a very personal level. The Law Office of Regina Alberty understands the stress that comes with overwhelming debt and the end of a marriage. We strive to obtain favorable, efficient and fair outcomes that get our clients back on track with their financial and personal lives.
Forest Hills bankruptcy attorney, Regina Alberty, offers free initial consultations to her bankruptcy clients. Call today at 718-261-7200, toll free at 866-574-1065, or fill out a short client intake form online and we will contact you shortly to discuss your situation.
Experienced Bankruptcy and Debt Relief Representation
Regina Alberty has been practicing law for more than 18 years. As her client, she will personally handle your case. All interviews, work and procedures are handled by attorney Alberty. Many of her clients are referrals from past satisfied clients.
As a Queens debt relief attorney, Regina Alberty dispels her clients' fears and misconceptions about bankruptcy law. She talks to people about the process of qualifying for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the ways in which they can obtain immediate relief from harassing creditors, and explains their property exemptions.
Divorce and Family Lawyer
As a Queens divorce attorney, Regina Alberty helps her clients arrive at informed decisions regarding child custody, child support, property division and other divorce matters.
Bankruptcy and divorce often need to be handled at the same time. If you are contemplating both, planning is required to obtain the best results.
Schedule Your Initial Consultation Today
The Law Office of Regina Alberty offers free initial consultations to bankruptcy clients. Divorce clients are offered an initial consultation for a nominal fee of $50. To schedule your consultation, you may call locally at 718-261-7200 or toll free at 866-574-1065. You may also contact the firm online.
La abogada habla español fluentemente.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.