We take the “stress” out of financial distress

Call bankruptcy attorneys Kara S. Rescia and Denise M. Shear in either Enfield, Connecticut, (860) 452-0052, or in Northampton, Massachusetts, (413) 930-4000 today!. Whether it is bankruptcy or alternatives, business representation, or criminal defense, you can trust that Attorneys Rescia & Shear have the expertise to find solutions to your legal problems. They utilize a cost-effective approach to resolve your legal matters.  Both offices are easily accessible off Interstate 91 and have free parking.

PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY

No one wants to file bankruptcy. It should be a last resort and yes, there are other options. Often by the time a person decides to contact an attorney, bankruptcy is the most practical and cost effective option, but not always. It is our job to analyze each client’s complete financial picture to determine the best course of action. Both consumers and small business owners can benefit from the fresh start offered by a bankruptcy or the workout and settlement of debts outside of bankruptcy…CLICK HERE

BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY

Chapter 11 has become an expensive and time-consuming process for small businesses, Attorney Kara S. Rescia has helped numerous self-employed individuals and small businesses navigate through financial distress through workout and compromise of business debt including tax issues  and bankruptcy relief when it is the best option for the client. Maybe Chapter 11 is the right option for you and your business, maybe it’s not, with Attorney Rescia on your side you will find the clarity you need to make the correct decision …CLICK HERE

BUSINESS LAW AND SMALL BUSINESS REPRESENTATION

Small business owners encounter many issues requiring legal advice. Whether you are starting a new business or already organized as a corporation, limited liability company or operating a “dba”  sole proprietorship, we can assist you.  …CLICK HERE

CREDITOR REPRESENTATION

Bankruptcy representation is not limited to those facing the prospect of filing for relief under Chapters 7, 11 or 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The firm also represents creditors in all aspects of bankruptcy proceedings and parties interested in acquiring assets from bankruptcy estates. Our representation of creditor’s ranges from small businesses, local banks and credit unions to individuals who find themselves stuck with an unpaid obligation as the result of divorce or breach of a contract and many other circumstances… CLICK HERE

In Connecticut:
Hartford, Tolland and Windham Counties.
In Massachusetts:
Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire and Worcester Counties.