Long Island Bankruptcy Lawyer, Richard Feinsilver Celebrating 25th Anniversary

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Bankruptcy specialist looks forward to continued service to Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn residents.

Richard Feinsilver, a personal bankruptcy lawyer serving the Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn communities, is celebrating 25 years of helping individuals and families rebound from financial difficulty and move forward with better prospects.

When Richard Feinsilver, graduated for New York Law School with his Juris Doctor degree in 1983 his goal was to help people get through difficult situations and move on into a positive future. Now, 25 years and 6,000 clients later, he is proud of what he has accomplished and is more committed than ever to continue to help families and individuals who find themselves facing the possibility of bankruptcy. “While the word bankruptcy bring a negative connotation to most people’s minds, it is really a helpful action that can help to protect those who find themselves in dire financial straits,” said Feinsilver. “With each customer I have served I am proud to say that I helped families continue to pursue their own personal American dream.”

Bankruptcy has always been prevalent in our society but with the ongoing economic uncertainty that has been present since 2008 the numbers have been startling. While the incidences of private individuals and families declaring Chapter 7, 11 or 13 bankruptcy rose from 2008 to their peak in 2010, there were still over 1 million non-business bankruptcy filings in 2013. View Article As the economy outlook continues to be uncertain, the bankruptcy statistics can remain just as volatile. It is for this reason the Richard Feinsilver continues to see a steady flow of clients. Feinsilver added that each new client is a new opportunity to help people view the future with promise and hope as they work to get their financial situations in order.

“Declaring bankruptcy is a huge decision for anyone to make and they need to be informed about all of their options and how the process works,” said Feinsilver. “Unless you have a level of knowledge of expertise in bankruptcy law you need solid advice and someone to help you navigate the process which is what we do.” Feinsilver added that if individuals or families are seeking help with bankruptcy filings they should thoroughly research who they may work with. Bankruptcy lawyers should be members of the bar for any municipality they are practicing in, should be licensed and should have a track record of success in bankruptcy filings.

Rich Feinsilver, is a graduate of St. Johns University (B.A. 1979) and New York Law School (J.D. 1983) and has been in private practice since 1988. A member of the New York State, Nassau County and Queens County Bar Associations and is admitted to practice law in the State of New of York and before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Rich has also been a lecturer and commentator regarding consumer bankruptcy and real estate law for the National Business Institute as well as a contributor to Fox Business News, the Wall Street Journal and Newsday. With offices in Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn, Read more about Richard Feinsilver online http://feinlawyer.com or at 800-479-6330

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