Lee Abt, Esquire, is a Bankruptcy Attorney serving Burlington County, NJ. We have been providing bankruptcy legal services in the Burlington County, NJ area for over 30 years.
As a top Burlington County bankruptcy lawyer, we can help you wipe out your debt. We have low, reasonable fees and over 30 years of experience helping Burlington County residents just like you with bankruptcy issues... good people who have encountered hard times.
We know that the decision to file a bankruptcy is a difficult one for most people, but it should not be. Many people are stressed and anxious when they first call a Burlington County bankruptcy lawyer, blaming themselves for their financial troubles. Do not stress! Many bad things happen to good people. In almost every instance we can help you with debt relief in Burlington County, NJ with a bankruptcy that will also help you quickly restore your credit.
The Benefits of Bankruptcy in Burlington County, NJ
Here are some things that bankruptcy can do:
Stop foreclosure and allow you to save your home
Stop creditor harassment and wage garnishments
Stop bank levies on your accounts
Stop the repossession of your vehicle
Wipe out credit cards, medical bills, personal loans, vehicle repossessions, and other debts while keeping your personal property
Wipe out insurance surcharges in NJ and allow the return of your driver's license (if your suspension is up and municipal fines are paid or are being paid in a payment plan)
Wipe out some IRS and NJ Tax debts. This is complex, but we will be happy to discuss whether you can wipe out certain tax debts.
Provide a debt consolidation plan to stop creditor harassment
I can't say enough great things about Lee Abt. Filing bankruptcy can be stressful, but Lee alleviated my fears and made me feel very comfortable. He answered all of my questions without hesitation or judgment. I would definitely recommend Mr. Abt to my family and friends.
A Burlington County, NJ resident
It's time to say goodbye to debt and creditor harassment in Burlington County, NJ
Bankruptcy does NOT = Failure
Bankruptcy does NOT = Bad person or deadbeat
Bankruptcy does NOT = No future credit
Bankruptcy does NOT = Ruining your credit score
Bankruptcy does NOT = What your family & friends may have told you
Bankruptcy does NOT = What some consolidators, credit card companies, and so-called "financial experts" spout
Burlington County residents who are properly informed about bankruptcy know that:
Bankruptcy DOES = Relief from most debts
Bankruptcy DOES = The chance to quickly rebuild your credit & your financial future
Bankruptcy DOES = The fresh start you deserve
Bankruptcy DOES provide the chance for a debt consolidation plan
About Lee Abt, Esquire
Lee graduated from Lafayette College before earning his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law. Lee has concentrated his practice in consumer bankruptcy work, representing only the "good guy" debtors who need help and not the "bad guy" creditors trying to harass people who have financial problems. He has written and lectured on bankruptcy for the American Financial Services Association, the New Jersey Institute for continuing Legal Education, and the National Business Institute. He was honored by South Jersey Magazine as one of South Jersey's best Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Lee has represented thousands of bankruptcy debtors in bankruptcy cases in New Jersey filed under Chapters 7, 11, 12 & 13 of the Federal Bankruptcy Code. He is admitted to the bar in New Jersey, the United States District Court, the Third Circuit of the United States District Court, and the United States Supreme Court.
Lee explains complex concepts to his Burlington County bankruptcy clients in a down to earth, "non-lawyerly" way, can usually be found in jeans and work boots in his office, and always keeps his sense of humor. Lee cares about each and every client. He provides compassionate, old-fashioned service and is excellent at helping clients lower their stress levels when they are faced with troubling debt.
Call Lee Abt, Burlington County bankruptcy lawyer, for your FREE bankruptcy consultation in the Burlington County, NJ area. There is no obligation to file. A simple phone call to discuss your options can lead to the fresh start you deserve!
Lawrence L. "Lee" Abt III is a New Jersey attorney practicing law exclusively in New Jersey. None of the information contained herein should be deemed to apply in other states, nor may this page be construed in any way as an attempt by this office to practice law in any state other than New Jersey. This page is intended to provide general information about our areas of practice to our current and potential clients. It is not intended to give legal advice to anyone on any subject. That can only be done through a complete consultation with Lee. Legal advice obtained through this site does not create an attorney-client relationship, and the reader should not rely on same. According to the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and pursuant to the New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct, this may be considered an "advertisement". Before making your choice of an attorney, you should give this matter careful thought. The selection of an attorney is an important decision. If the representations made on this page are inaccurate or misleading, you may report this to the Committee on Attorney Advertising, Hughes Justice Complex, CN 037, Trenton, NJ 08625. We are a federally designated debt relief agency and we help people with bankruptcy. Information provided regarding "legal questions" or "bankruptcy updates" is for informational purposes only. While we hope and believe the information will be helpful, we do not warrant that information is accurate or complete. Information is provided only in accordance with New Jersey and/or Federal Law. Lee Abt does not practice law in any states other than New Jersey. The information here does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied on as such. If you reside in another state, please consult a local lawyer directly. While Lee Abt would welcome the opportunity to be your lawyer, he cannot accept clients or render advice until a consultation is conducted.