Call 24/7: (410) 766-4044 (Balt. Metro) Call 24/7: (301) 587-8900 (Wash. Metro)
Offices Located in: Glen Burnie - Greenbelt - Baltimore - Columbia

» Maryland

Bankruptcy Continues to Be Best Form of Relief for Most People

I hope you are having a great Sunday. My name is David Ruben and I have been a bankruptcy lawyer in Maryland for almost 23 years. I love what I do. Tommorrow is one of those rare days that I do not have to appear in court, so I was thinking about wha… Read More
Read More

What is a Meeting of Creditors?

The meeting of creditors is provided pursuant to this Section 341 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. The meeting is often referred to as the 341 meeting of creditors or your bankruptcy court date. At the meeting of creditors, you along with your… Read More
Read More

Can Bankruptcy Help?

At the Maryland Bankruptcy Center, we tell at least 1 person per day that they are NOT eligible to file bankruptcy or that bankruptcy is not a good idea. On the other hand, we tell most people who call that filing bankruptcy in Maryland is the right… Read More
Read More

Maryland Bankruptcy and Credit Card Debt

The Basics of Credit Card Debt and Bankruptcy in Maryland In an economy where housing problems dominate the headlines, high interest credit cards still remain one of the largest issues consumers face in their fight for financial health. It should com… Read More
Read More

Getting Credit After Bankruptcy.....Is it really 10 years?

Clients are always concerned about their credit score. It is not unusual for the question “How will bankruptcy affect my credit score?” to be the first thing that comes out of someone’s mouth when they consider bankruptcy as an option. Althou… Read More
Read More

Married and Filing for Bankruptcy

If you are married and filing for bankruptcy, it is important to think about how it will affect your spouse. When a person is married, then both that person and their spouse are basically co-signers on any credit cards and bank accounts held jointly.… Read More
Read More

Tax Refund and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

As 2011 draws to an end, many people will be thinking about filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Maryland in 2012.  One very common question, almost always asked at the beginning of the year, is:   IF I FILE CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY IN MARYLAND, WILL I STLI… Read More
Read More

Ten Things To Do BEFORE FILING BANKRUPTCY

Bankruptcy is very often a time-sensitive process and pre-bankruptcy planning can be critical in protecting assets. Chapter 7, in particular, the trustee’s responsibility is to “look back” at the actions the debtor has taken to insure that ther… Read More
Read More

Chapter 7 Maryland Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Maryland Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy may provide some relief to a borrower under financial stress and overwhelmed with debt. Typically, there are two types of bankruptcy available to a debtor, Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The requirements and benefits offer… Read More
Read More

Filing Bankruptcy to Prevent Foreclosure

If you’re facing foreclosure, and you can’t seem to strike a deal with your lender, filing bankruptcy may be able to help. If you fall behind on your mortgage payments, your lender may take steps to foreclose on the property – meaning it may ta… Read More
Read More

Voted Maryland
“SUPERLAWYER”
2017 & 2018

Phone Calls Answered 24/7

APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE:
Monday - Friday:
9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday:
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Contact Us

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Step-By-Step: 

How To Fill Out
Your Filing Paperwork

Questions? 410-766-4044

Preparing For Your 341 Me…