South Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

Why Sue Lasky, P.A

Sue Lasky, PA understands that in spite of the best laid plans, we may find ourselves in a financial downward spiral, seemingly unable to recover and resigning yourself to a life of poor credit and creditors knocking at your door.

We represent clients aggressively but with personal attention to the client's needs.

We concentrate on assisting small or closely held business and the owners of small or closely held businesses, investors and independent contractors.

Don't Believe the Rumors: Bankruptcy is Still Available!

There is a LOT of misinformation floating around regarding the new bankruptcy laws. Don't believe the negative rumors. Relief is still available under Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and even Chapter 11 for businesses. There are more eligibility requirements before you file bankruptcy and more documentation requirements after you file (declare) bankruptcy, but bankruptcy is still available.

True, it has become more difficult and burdensome to navigate your way through the bankruptcy process (yet another reason to use a bankruptcy attorney), but the basic elements of relief, such as discharging certain debts and protecting you from your creditors, still exist. Click here to see the important benefits of using a bankruptcy attorney instead of a paralegal or "doing it yourself."

It is crucial that you have an experienced bankruptcy attorney who knows the new laws and can guide you through the process while minimizing the costs and problems to you.

If you live in Southern Florida or the bankruptcy case affecting you was filed in Southern Florida or middle district (Palm Beach, Ft Lauderdale, Hollywood, Miami, Miami Beach, Fort Myers/Cape Coral ), contact us now to schedule a consultation to see if it is in your best interest to file.

Sue Lasky, P.A.

320 SE 18 Street
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33316