Experienced Rochester, New York, Bankruptcy Lawyer

Are you drowning in debt? Bankruptcy law allows you to wipe out your debt and get a fresh financial start. At the Law Offices of Kenneth Gallant, I help my clients achieve debt relief by helping them file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I understand the stress and anxiety you are feeling.

Contact my law firm today online or by telephone at 585-232-7560 to speak with an experienced New York bankruptcy lawyer. For your convenience, I have law offices located throughout the Rochester, New York, area.

Is Bankruptcy Right For You?

At the Law Offices of Kenneth Gallant, I inform my clients about the bankruptcy process in order to help them determine whether or not bankruptcy suits their financial needs and goals. I am well versed in the intricacies of bankruptcy law and can answer any questions you may have about:

What Can Bankruptcy Do For You?

Bankruptcy is a powerful legal tool designed to help people who are overwhelmed by crippling debt. In the hands of an experienced attorney, bankruptcy can help you to:

Life After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy offers people with poor credit a chance at a clean financial slate and the opportunity to restore their good credit. I provide my clients with information about these important post-bankruptcy issues:

Debt Settlements & Debt Workouts

An experienced debt relief attorney can also help you negotiate with your creditors. I have helped numerous people establish favorable debt settlements with lenders. I offer my clients a wide range of debt relief tools in addition to bankruptcy.

Call Today For Your Free Initial Consultation

If you need help filing for bankruptcy, I am here to help. Contact my law firm today online or by telephone at 585-232-7560 to speak with a knowledgeable New York debt relief attorney. I offer free initial consultations and reasonable rates. I will meet with you personally in one of my conveniently located law offices.

My firm is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.