We represent Germantown clients in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as well as non-bankruptcy debt negotiation. If you live in the Germantown area of Philadelphia, our Chestnut Hill offices are just minutes away and easy to find. (If you prefer, we also have a Center City office.) Our Chestnut Hill/Northwest Philadelphia office is located just off of Germantown Avenue on W. Evergreen Avenue.
Northwest Philadelphia/Chestnut Hill Office:Harborstone Law Group 40 West Evergreen Avenue, Suite 110 Philadelphia, PA 19118
Directions: Simply take Germantown Avenue to Chestnut hill. After you pass Highland Avenue, take a left on W. Evergreen Avenue. Our office is the brick building across from the Chestnut Hill West/R8 train station. Take the center entrance, and our office is straight ahead. There is plenty of on and off-street parking. We are also convenient to public transportation. You can obtain additional information and Google directions from our main contact page.
If you are are experiencing financial problems and would like to speak to an experienced local bankruptcy attorney, call Dan Mueller at 215-248-0989. As a local law firm, we try to make the experience of meeting with a bankruptcy lawyer as convenient as possible. We offer free initial consultations, and we have extended and weekend hours by appointment. We will discuss all of your options, so you are fully informed. For additional information, please feel feel free to review our website and blog, including our Bankruptcy FAQ and our Resources page. You can also find directions from other areas of greater Philadelphia here.
Facts about Germantown: Germantown was founded in the 17th century and contains numerous historical sites related to early European settlement in Pennsylvania, the American Revolution, and other significant events. It shares the 19119 zip code with Mt. Airy, but each neighborhood has distinct characteristics. When someone from this neighborhood files for bankruptcy, any hearings in the case will be held in downtown Philadelphia. However, in most cases, the only hearing the debtor has to attend is the “meeting of creditors“.