Resources for Bankruptcy in New York
If you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy in New York, it’s important to speak with an experienced and well-practiced New York bankruptcy lawyer as soon as possible. Bankruptcy is a highly complex area of law that can be incredibly confusing and difficult to understand. When filing for bankruptcy, it’s important to not only be aware of your rights, but also to have a solid understanding of the bankruptcy laws and how they pertain to your individual situation.
At Jacoby & Jacoby, we have taken the time to compile this list of helpful bankruptcy resources. We urge you to look through these links, and hopefully, after reviewing the information provided, you will have a better understanding of the bankruptcy laws, as well as a good idea of what you can expect to face throughout the New York bankruptcy process.
New York Bankruptcy Courts
United States Bankruptcy Court: Southern District of New York
One Bowling Green
New York, New York 10004
United States Bankruptcy Court: Northern District of New York
James T. Foley Courthouse
445 Broadway, Suite 330
Albany, New York 12207
United States Bankruptcy Court: Eastern District of New York
Central Islip Office
New York Federal Courthouse
290 Federal Plaza
Central Islip, New York 11722
United States Bankruptcy Court: Western District of New York
300 Pearl Street, Suite 250
Buffalo, New York 14202
Other New York Bankruptcy Links:
Help for Your Bankruptcy Case
At Jacoby & Jacoby, we have handled more than 15,000 bankruptcy cases on behalf of clients in New York, and have seen firsthand how filing for bankruptcy can significantly improve an individual’s or business’s financial situation. We have more than 50 years of combined legal experience, and you can depend on us to use our knowledge, skill, and expertise of both state and federal bankruptcy laws to help you file a successful bankruptcy petition. Our number one priority is providing you with the exceptional legal counsel you need, so your bankruptcy petition is granted and you no longer have to suffer from inescapable, mounting debt!