Wallingford Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer

While government programs have promised to solve mortgage problems, most Wallingford families in financial trouble struggle with a full range of competing debt problems. A properly utilized Chapter 13 addresses all these concerns by providing an all-encompassing and global range of solutions to individuals and families in financial trouble. The essential component to precise Chapter 13 relief is our advanced preparation of a customized Chapter 13 Plan with complete supporting documentation. Chapter 13 addresses:


  • Mortgage problems starting from the first date of default up to and including the final days of any state court foreclosure
  • Unsecured debt problems This provides full relief from credit card debt along with the removal of court liens and attachments on paychecks or houses
  • Garnishments, Tax Debt Relief, Chapter 7 protects you from all types of taxes, including state and federal income taxes, real estate taxes, personal property taxes and payroll taxes.

At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, we’ve been one of the largest providers of complete coverage Chapter 13 relief in Wallingford, CT since 1983.

To speak with an experienced Chapter 13 attorney, call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027. Or fill out our online Contact Form for a prompt response today.

Chapter 13 Stops State Court Foreclosures and Saves Homes

Wallingford residents continue to struggle to save their homes from foreclosure and survive the pressures of other debts and expenses. Chapter 13 remains the leading method for solving home foreclosure. Chapter 13 forces banks to accept missed payments over time on all delinquent mortgages or broken mortgage modifications. Foreclosure actions are immediately stopped through the imposition of an “automatic stay” on all legal proceedings including foreclosure.

Chapter 13 is the leading method for solving mortgage problems, saving homes and discharging or restructuring all other types of debt based upon the particulars of your financial situation and your income restrictions.

At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, we’ve confirmed thousands of New Haven County Chapter 13 cases providing the best possible results for our clients who benefit achieved through our extensive knowledge and history of experience. We’ve created and confirmed successful Chapter 13 Plans throughout Connecticut since 1983.

To learn more about the Chapter 13 process, call the dedicated Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyers at the Law Offices of Neil Crane. We can be reached at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027, or by filling out our simple online Contact Form.

Basic Steps in the Chapter 13 Process

The key to the successful filing and completion of a Chapter 13 Plan of Reorganization is proper advance preparation and a plan based on our knowledge of the law, along with your needs, income and expenses.

Evaluation and Analysis: A prompt initial evaluation by our qualified Chapter 13 professionals will outline the problems and define the proper solutions available under the specific facts of your case.

Plan Preparation: Prioritizing debt in order of importance for reduction or repayment is the first step to creating your ideal customized Chapter 13 Plan.

Filing Chapter 13, Documentation and Presentation: After all the completion of the evaluation and preparation, a Chapter 13 Plan of Reorganization is provided to the Bankruptcy Court along with more documentation to support all the terms of your proposed Plan.

Customized Chapter 13 Plans at the Law Offices of Neil Crane

Properly creating a Chapter 13 Plan based on the individual budgets of our clients is a difficult but essential step to achieving full Chapter 13 success. At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, we’ve been preparing and successfully completing Chapter 13 Plans for our Wallingford clients since 1983. We are the leading provider of Chapter 13 relief in New Haven County.

To learn more about the advantages and details of Chapter 13, call our experienced attorneys at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027. You’ll speak directly with an attorney. We don’t ever use voicemail.