Blog Posts in December, 2016

  • New Year's Resolution: Get Out of Debt!

    || 22-Dec-2016

    Everyone makes New Year’s resolutions to themselves each year but not many people can actually boast that they accomplished them. This year should be the year that is different. If you are in debt, make finding debt relief your New Year’s resolution and stick to it! With the right preparation, knowledge, and mindset, you can make it happen. When you are pursuing debt relief, keep these ...
    Continue Reading
  • Filing for Bankruptcy Due to Medical Debt

    || 20-Dec-2016

    One of the most common reasons people in New York City fall into financial straits is due to medical debt. Unexpected illnesses and injuries can cause individuals to accrue thousands of dollars’ worth of medical bills, especially if they are uninsured or underinsured. Fortunately, individuals are often able to seek relief from their medical debt through bankruptcy. How Are Medical Debts ...
    Continue Reading
  • Useful Tips to Avoid Holiday Debts

    || 15-Dec-2016

    The holiday season represents a unique time of year where you are expected to spend more than you would on yourself and others than normal. In fact, many Americans actually plan to spend so much that they accrue debt that will take several months to pay off. This could arguably be giving too much. For your own benefit, it is probably best that you don’t rack up a holiday debt and keep in ...
    Continue Reading

Contact Our Firm

Have questions? Fill out the information below to receive an immediate response.

Submit Your Message
New York Debt Collection Defense Attorney

Office Location:

Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC
New York Debt Collection Defense Attorney
818 E 16th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11230
Local Phone: 347.389.0245
Directions [+]

Call for a free consultation

888.301.0584

Follow Us On:

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.