Legal Helpers Opens New Bankruptcy Office to Help Baltimore Residents Find Debt Relief

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New law office at 400 East Pratt Street in Baltimore MD opens.

Legal Helpers announces the opening of its new law office in Baltimore Maryland. The office, located at 400 East Pratt Street, Suite 800 serves the Baltimore, Greater Baltimore, Northern Maryland I-95 corridor, Annapolis and the Maryland Eastern Shore providing bankruptcy legal services.

The new office supports the Legal Helpers’ Greenbelt office which serves the Greater Washington, DC Metro area, the Northern Maryland I-270 corridor, and the Western Maryland I-70 corridor

Attorney Thomas J. Friedrich has been assigned managing attorney of the new office. Mr. Friedrich who currently lives in Washington, DC with his wife was born in Worcester MA and grew up in Clinton, MA, graduating from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA in 1995. Mr. Friedrich joined Macey & Aleman in July of 2005.

“I am extremely excited at the opportunity to bring the services of Macey and Aleman to our clients in the Greater Baltimore Area,” said Mr. Friedrich. “As we continue to expand our outreach to assist clients throughout the State of Maryland, it is my goal to provide the best possible legal representation to our clients and to help them navigate the complicated new bankruptcy laws.”

Legal Helpers operates as Macey & Aleman in the state of Maryland.

About Legal Helpers

The law offices of Macey & Aleman, operating as http://www.LegalHelpers.com in some states, is a debt relief agency helping people to file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code. Founded in 1994, Macey & Aleman is one of the largest consumer bankruptcy law firms in the United States, employing over sixty attorneys across nineteen states.

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