I have been practicing law in Troy since 1984. I have been practicing with Anthony Arcodia, Jr. since 1996. Two non-bankruptcy partners left the firm in 2005. We have been practicing as Ehrlich & Arcodia, PC since 2005.
My practice is limited to bankruptcy and bankruptcy related issues.
I have served as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee in the Northern District of New York since 1991. I have served as a Chapter 7 Trustee for designated cases in Vermont since 2010.
64 Second Street
Troy NY 12180
Fixed fee for a Chapter 7: $750 if employed, $500 if not
Fixed fee for a Chapter 13: $3,600 inside the plan
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Originally it chose me. In the mid 1980's, most lawyers in Troy wouldn't touch bankruptcy. I was willing to do it. Gradually, it grew until it became my entire practice.
Clients need to understand the legal process. Clients who do their own research frequently become convinced that certain rules of law are the opposite of what they really are; many of these cannot be brought back to reality.
I want to prepare my own documents.
Minimal at best.
I worked for Julian & Pertz in Utica from 1983-1984. Since I set up my own firm in 1984, I have held part-time non-bankruptcy positions:
• Rensselaer County Assistant Public Defender 1984-1988
• Counsel NYS Assembly Ways and Means 1988-1993
• Counsel to Rensselaer county legislature 2005-2010
Law is something that can be practiced at its own pace. It has a rhythm and a heartbeat. I work at bankruptcy law 7 days a week. Put time into it every day and the results for the clients speak for themselves.
I am very hands on. I work on some aspect of every single file. I have more product knowledge regarding bankruptcy than most. Clients immediately recognize when they meet with me that I know the material and their cases inside and out.Personal interests:
My hobbies are watching sporting events and walking on a treadmill.
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