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Philadelphia Bankruptcy Attorney Dan Mueller of Harborstone Law Group.

If you are struggling to pay your bills, call me for a free consultation. If creditors are harassing you, I can help you put a stop to it. Even if your home is in foreclosure, it may not be too late to save it. I will listen to you and help you find the answer that best fits your situation.

Harborstone Law Group represents consumers in bankruptcy and debt negotiation matters throughout Philadelphia, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Chester County, and Bucks County in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Median Income Changes for 2018 — More Debtors Qualify for Bankruptcy

Pennsylvania Median Income

The Pennsylvania median income has increased again for most families as of November 1, 2018. Increases in the median income allow debtors qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This . . . → Read More: Pennsylvania Median Income Changes for 2018 — More Debtors Qualify for Bankruptcy

Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure: Bankruptcy And Non-Bankruptcy Solutions

Deficiency Judgments and Bankruptcy

Deficiency judgments can follow a mortgage foreclosure, leaving the former homeowners on the hook for thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. A “deficiency judgment” is an order by a court making . . . → Read More: Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure: Bankruptcy And Non-Bankruptcy Solutions

Avoiding the Bankruptcy Conversation Can Be Costly

Bankruptcy OptionsIn my Philadelphia bankruptcy and debt negotiation practice, I regularly meet clients who are reluctant even to talk about bankruptcy. Sometimes, they have heard horror stories or read misleading information. Other times, they believe . . . → Read More: Avoiding the Bankruptcy Conversation Can Be Costly

High-Income Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Crossing the Threshold

High-Income Bankruptcy

Many people assume that if their income is relatively high, they cannot file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Often this assumption is incorrect. It is not by any means unusual for a “high-income” debtor to file under Chapter 7. In fact, I have successfully represented . . . → Read More: High-Income Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Crossing the Threshold