Providing Families With Financial Solutions
If you have substantial debt, you may also face harassing creditor calls, wage garnishment and the threat of foreclosure. Unfortunately, once your family falls into debt, relentless bills and late fees can perpetuate a cycle of worsening debt. When this happens, you require the guidance of a capable debt relief attorney. The Law Office of Kenneth Gallant provides 40 years of dedicated bankruptcy experience to New York families seeking a fresh financial start.
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Dedicated To Pursuing Excellence
Attorney Gallant received Avvo’s Client’s Choice Award in 2017 for achieving high client rankings. He strives to provide all clients with comprehensive debt solutions and partners with them from their initial consultation through their case’s completion. He is committed to finding the most effective solution for each case.
Gallant is a member of the Monroe County Bar Association Bankruptcy Committee and regularly meets with an informal group of other bankruptcy attorneys. These groups provide the opportunity to discuss evolving best practices for debt relief and to develop unique solutions for New York families. When you work with the Law Office of Kenneth Gallant, you secure a lawyer who cares about his clients’ financial future and carefully pursues beneficial resolutions for each case.
Contact Us For Dedicated Counsel
To schedule a free initial consultation, call the Law Office of Kenneth Gallant at 585-232-7560. You may also email the firm online. With offices in Rochester and the surrounding area, you can meet with Gallant at the location most convenient for you. Additionally, if you cannot meet during normal work hours, attorney Gallant is willing to meet on weekends and in the evenings.
Attorney Gallant regularly accepts referrals from other New York attorneys and is willing to travel to your office to discuss a potential case.
My firm is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.