Klein & Associates, LLC

Klein & Associates, LLC

IF YOU ARE IN FINANCIAL TROUBLE OR ARE CONTEMPLATING BANKRUPTCY, IT IS VITAL THAT YOU SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY WHO KNOWS YOUR OPTIONS UNDER BANKRUPTCY LAWS.

Firm Overview

Our trained bankruptcy attorneys consider your complete financial situation and counsel you on available options, including non-bankruptcy solutions such as credit counseling, business or personal Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and Chapter 11 reorganizations. We help file your case, handle all federal bankruptcy court proceedings, and deal with your creditors.
Main Office
Main Office
2450 Riva Road
Annapolis  MD  21401
Phone
  • (443) 569-3051
Fax
Websites

Other Offices

We Practice in all the Following Areas:
Baltimore, Greenbelt, Calvert
Prince Georges County, Glen Burnie
Anne Arundel County, Easter Shore,  MD 
Bankruptcy
Maryland Bankruptcy Law Firm
ANNAPOLIS BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS HELPING CLIENTS WITH FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES
When the stress of financial problems seems overwhelming, the Maryland bankruptcy lawyers at Klein & Associates, LLC offer solutions. Businesses, individuals, and their families count on us to help them transition through difficult financial times.

Our attorneys handle simple and complex cases with the same dedication to protecting clients' rights and property.

TYPES OF BANKRUPTCY
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are the most common consumer bankruptcy types. Chapter 7 involves liquidation and distribution of assets to creditors with most debts discharged at the end of the process. Chapter 13 involves rehabilitation and government protection including a structured repayment plan administered by a court-appointed trustee.

Under the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, many cases that once were eligible for Chapter 7 relief now must be filed as Chapter 13 bankruptcies. This requires debtors to pay back a portion of their debts through a Chapter 13 plan. Additionally, debtors are required to complete a course in financial management prior to getting a Chapter 7 discharge.

Chapter 11 bankruptcy is most often chosen by businesses and partnerships. Its reorganization provision is much more flexible than other types of bankruptcy, but it is usually more costly. Debtors remain in possession of their assets and continue to operate under court supervision. A creditors committee is appointed, and a Chapter 11 plan must be approved by creditors.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We Believe in building Client Relationships. We are committed to providing exceptional representation to clients throughout the Annapolis region with Personalized attention. We know that the legal process can be confusing and overwhelming. We take the time to answer any questions or address any concerns that you may have. Individualized strategies. Every case we see is unique. We work closely with our clients to develop a strategic course of action to guide you toward the outcome you deserve.
Results-oriented service. We genuinely care about our clients, which is why we do everything we can to get you the best possible results. Affordable fees. We understand that the legal process can be costly, especially if you are facing financial troubles. We provide both cost-effective and high-quality service to ease your financial burden.

Diana L. Klein

As an attorney, she has dedicated her legal career to protecting the rights of her clients and offering solutions. She practices bankruptcy law, which consists of Chapter 7, 11, and 13 for individuals and businesses. She even volunteers her time to bankruptcy assistance programs. As a result of hard economic times, she assists homeowners with loan modifications, short sales, and other foreclosure defenses. She personally handles all her cases, offers a higher level of attention, and economical fees, unlike larger firms.

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