Queens, New York (PRWEB) August 15, 2014
Queens Bankruptcy Attorney Richard S. Feinsilver has announced the creation of a new website to better serve clients who are seeking professional assistance dealing with personal debt:
For more than 25 years, Feinsilver has represented some 6,500 clients and guided them through the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy process. He is a member of the New York State and Nassau County Bar Associations, and is admitted to practice law in the State of New of York and before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
"You can regain control of your financial situation by taking timely advantage of U.S. Bankruptcy Laws and in the process saving your savings, home, automobiles and personal belongings," says Feinsilver. "If you're looking at the possibility of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, I am here to help."
Feinsilver is a graduate of St. Johns University (B.A. 1979) and New York Law School (J.D. 1983). He was also employed for a decade in the financial services industry focusing in the areas of consumer credit and real estate financing. He has been in private practice locally since 1988 and is now accessible on the web through queensbankruptcyattorney.com.
"No one wants to pick up the phone and meet with a bankruptcy attorney," said Feinsilver. "The issue is, once you do, you want to know that there is someone on the other end who will be on your side."
Feinsilver says in his consultation with his clients, there are no pre-printed forms to fill out and no questionnaires, " I want to hear it directly from you." Sometimes bankruptcy is not the best solution for debt relief, so getting an honest assessment of your options from a trustworthy attorney is essential.
Each year since 2007, Rich has received a Peer Attorney Rating of AV (highest) from Martindale-Hubbell. That rating is based upon an independent polling of attorneys by Martindale-Hubbell (not a paid advertisement). He's also been named a Top Legal Eagle on Long Island every year since 2010 by Long Island Pulse Magazine.
"The first question you have to ask yourself is ‘Is my total credit card debt greater than 50% my annual salary?' If you answered 'Yes' – We need to talk…"
Queens and Long Island residents can talk to Rich at (800) 479-6330 or contact him through the website.