Foster Law Offices | Erie PA Bankruptcy Lawyer

Erie PA Bankruptcy Lawyer | Pennsylvania Debt Relief  | Foster Law Offices, LLC

At Foster Law Offices, LLC we know you have a choice and we thank you for visiting our site. We are licensed Pennsylvania bankruptcy lawyers. Our firm is dedicated to providing individuals and families in Northwestern Pennsylvania with affordable, comprehensive legal services. As an Erie PA bankruptcy lawyer and debt relief law firm, we understand the local economy. Our licensed Pensylvania attorneys and knowledgable legal staff are here to aid you in receiving the fresh start you deserve. In addition to serving Erie, PA we also have six other convenient offices to serve you: Meadville, Franklin, Warren, MercerNew Castle and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Bankruptcy has afforded thousands of individuals, families and businesses a TRUE fresh start and a new financial beginning. Let us show you how.

We are a bankruptcy law firm serving Erie, Meadville, Franklin, Warren, Mercer, Butler, New Castle, and Pittsburgh.

Comprehensive Debt Relief Services

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy
Credit Rehabilitation
Small Business Reorganization
Bankruptcy Recommendations
Payment Plans
Mortgage Repayment Plans
Mortgage Modification
Credit Card Elimination/Negotiation
Medical Bill Elimination/Negotiation
Wage Garnishment Elimination
Stop a Scheduled Sheriff Sale
Stop a Scheduled Real Estate Tax Sale
Stop Pending Lawsuit, even post judgment

Benefits of choosing Foster Law Offices, LLC:

Local licensed Pennsylvania bankruptcy attorneys
Free initial consultation
Seven convenient Office Locations
Erie, Pennsylvania
Meadville, Pennsylvania
Warren, Pennsylvania
New Castle, Pennsylvania
Franklin, Pennsylvania
Mercer, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Did you know? Bankruptcy can stop a tax sale, sheriff sale and/or pending foreclosure. Also, filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy prohibits utility companies (such as water and electric company) from turning off your service. Read more frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and debt relief.