January 12, 2016

The risk free no obligation consultation should take approximately an hour. We ask that you fill out our intake form before you meet with the attorney. One of our experienced attorneys and a paralegal will meet with you in one of the conference rooms to go over your specific situation.

When interviewed by our attorneys, you are asked important questions. To keep your best interest in mind, sometimes these questions are asked in more than one way.  Answers to these questions may require more than a yes or no.  It is important to answer these questions truthfully so any issues can be dealt with and we can better advise you prior to the filing of a bankruptcy proceeding.  You will be expected to answer questions under oath to a Trustee after your case is filed. 

Clients may think about assets and liabilities differently than attorneys.  For example, a client may not understand that the attorney needs to know about their ownership interests in assets, such as vehicles, joint bank accounts with relatives, or a family cottage.  Instead of simply asking if the client owns any other bank accounts, we ask, “are you aware of your parents adding your name to their bank accounts for estate planning purposes?” At Keller & Almassian, PLC we attempt to understand the client’s true financial circumstances by going beyond the intake informational form or questionnaire.  



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We represent businesses and owners anticipating or experiencing financial distress.

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We counsel clients so that their resources and assets are marshaled for corporate and individual protection.

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