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Have you found yourself in the middle of a stressful financial situation? You may be hoping to avoid bankruptcy by pursuing another means of debt relief. At the Law Office of Jack G. Lezman, PLLC, we can help you answer the question, “Is bankruptcy right for me?” And rather than simply meet with a paralegal, you will personally meet with our lawyer to discuss this vital question.
If you decide to file for bankruptcy, you will need dedicated legal assistance to secure a favorable outcome. For more than 20 years, our firm has been helping individuals with financial difficulties to find the resolution they need. For the personal attention you deserve, contact our Charlotte bankruptcy attorney today! Jack Lezman will work one on one with you at every step of your case.
In addition to assisting you through bankruptcy, our firm can help you file a claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) Income or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). These can be complex processes that require care attention to avoid mistakes, and a mistake can cause serious delays in your receiving benefits. Our SSD attorney can help you through each step, providing the skilled, compassionate counsel you need, to get the results you deserve. Contact our Charlotte Social Security disability lawyer today for dedicated legal assistance.
Jack Lezman has more than 20 years of experience guiding clients through bankruptcy and Social Security Disability cases. No matter what your financial problem is, he has the experience and insight to help you assess your options and take the best course of action. He personally works with each client himself. You won’t have to worry about speaking to a paralegal when you really need answers from a qualified attorney. He can explain the entire process to you in detail, prepare your case for court as needed, and obtain the financial relief you need.