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The Law Office of Marc Levy understands that the possibility of bankruptcy is a daunting task to take on alone. We want to ensure that you have the knowledge and understanding before deciding what the best option is for you and your family.

Is designed for individuals who are having financial difficulties and are not able to repay their debts.

Marc Levy's practice focuses on bankruptcy and foreclosure.

Is a legal process to protect individuals from their creditors by making certain debts uncollectible or by allowing individuals to pay back their debts over time.

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Is designed for individuals with a regular source of income who are temporarily unable to pay their debts but who desire to use their best efforts to pay their debt installments over a period of time.

Is a specific legal process in which a lender attempts to recover the balance of a loan or mortgage from a borrower who has stopped making payments to the lender by forcing the sale of the asset or residence used as the collateral for the loan.

Is a process that involves offering education to consumers about how to avoid incurring debts that cannot be repaid through establishing an effective debt management plan and budget.

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