Stamford Bankruptcy Attorney, Foreclosure and Debt Relief Agency

Since 1983 the Law Offices of Neil Crane has been providing solid legal advice and proven solutions to Stamford residents with financial problems. Middle class consumers understand that false government promises, and bank bailouts aren’t working to solve the problems of Stamford families struggling with overwhelming credit card unsecured debt and excessive monthly payments on Stamford homes with second mortgages and limited, if any, equity. These homeowners seek our help based on a history of solid legal advice from the Stamford debt relief, bankruptcy and foreclosure defense lawyers at the local Connecticut Law Offices of Neil Crane. Legal solutions to financial questions are just a phone call away.

"...Going through bankruptcy was such a difficult decision. We want you to know that you have helped us in so many ways, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for getting the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy finished and the best of all ways."

The high cost of living in Stamford and the surrounding Fairfield County area has caused many hardworking families to take on overwhelming debt loads that exceed their available monthly income.  With some of the highest costs of housing in the entire country, Fairfield County residents cannot afford the further burden of high interest loans and credit card obligations.  These reoccurring monthly costs can force other more important obligations to fall into delay and default.  

When you are in financial distress your Stamford Bankruptcy Attorney can get your finances back on track. Having reviewed and analyzed the household budgets of over 30,000 Connecticut families, Neil understands the unique difficulties of living successfully in the State of Connecticut. Referring professionals and past clients know that Attorney Neil Crane has the full scope of knowledge and long-term experience that enables him to provide all his clients with the best possible outcome. Get debt relief, rebuild your credit and take your life back with help from your Stamford Bankruptcy Attorney with offices serving Stamford and Fairfield County. The Law Offices of Neil Crane are your trusted Stamford Connecticut area advisors for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Mediation.

We are a debt relief agency, helping Stamford residents file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

REMEMBER: If you are Facing Foreclosure and Feeling Overwhelmed, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Others in your town have suffered the pain of foreclosure. Call 203-230-2233 to stop from becoming just another statistic.

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Some recent statistics:


Homes Lost In Foreclosure Increase Over 2016 2nd Quarter Rates

New foreclosures in Stamford dropped just over 15% from rates in 2016 with 78 new foreclosures in the third quarter of 2017. Of higher importance was the increase in foreclosure sales of 38 homes lost in just 90 days.

Foreclosure mediation continues to fail homeowners by encouraging self-representation by homeowners. Mediators push you to have no counsel and go it on your own while every bank has attorneys that are specialized in taking your home. Get someone to work for you. Without a lawyer, you will likely lose your home.

Mediators work for the foreclosure system. They are understaffed and undereducated in all forms of debt relief, and they don’t work for you. In fact, mediators side with the bank’s decision to take family homes 97% of the time.

Mediation without representation in the huge Stamford foreclosure court is a trap that takes Stamford homes that should and could be saved every week.

We are specialized attorneys who just fight foreclosures and we succeed. We have been saving family homes in Stamford and throughout Connecticut for 35 years. Call us to learn how we can help you fight back and stay in your home at 203-334-5555 or toll-free at 1-888-249-3027. You will immediately speak with an attorney. We never use voicemail.

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