Young Marr remains dedicated to our clients during this COVID-19 quarantine. We understand that legal needs of our clients must go on during this time. In order to minimize disruption as much as possible, we are offering free consultations via phone and/or video and can have our clients submit documents virtually.


What Property is Safe from Liquidation in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in PA?

One of the biggest questions that people ask themselves when they are in financial trouble and contemplating filing for bankruptcy is “which of my property will I be able to keep?” Bankruptcy filings can allow you to protect certain personal assets from...

Five Important Questions You Should Ask About Filing for Bankruptcy

If you are dealing with growing financial debt, then it is natural to wonder about the potential of filing bankruptcy to help fix your financial situation. A successful bankruptcy can help alleviate your financial woes, but it should not be your first option. You...

Can You Change Your Philadelphia Bankruptcy Chapter?

There are times when Chapter 7 cases become Chapter 13 cases. There are also times when it happens the other way around. Sometimes this is the borrower’s choice. At other times, the courts themselves force the change. Chapter 13 borrowers often convert to...

What Happens to Student Loans in a Philadelphia Bankruptcy?

As you may already be aware, student loans can’t usually be discharged in bankruptcy. There are exceptions to that rule, but the truth remains: student debt is very hard to get rid of. So what happens to your loans, then, if you must declare bankruptcy? The...

How Often Can You File Bankruptcy in Montgomery County, PA?

Facing dire financial straits due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but think you can’t file bankruptcy because you’ve been in bankruptcy court before? We’ve got good news: you may be eligible to file again. It depends on when your last bankruptcy case was,...

Will I Be Able to Rent a Philadelphia Apartment After Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy can often mean downsizing your life. That may mean giving up a house or moving to a less expensive apartment. Rental rates are going up in Philadelphia, and apartments can be competitive. It’s smart to look ahead and wonder whether you’ll be...



“When we came to see Gail Marr, Esquire, we were behind on our mortgage and car, and really wondered if we would be able to dig ourselves out. However, Gail was totally patient and understanding and that made us feel more relaxed, and we were able to successfully complete a Chapter 13 Plan. We are now 5 years removed from bankruptcy, and it was the best thing that we had ever decided to do.”

"Paul, you were so understanding and sympathetic, I truly felt like you understood where I was coming from. I was terrified and thought I would never be able to make it through, but you changed my opinion of attorneys, and I would highly recommend you to anyone who is in need of financial help."


Daria S. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of uncontrolled dizziness and vomiting with numbness and right side tinnitus. Her previous work history was with the U.S. Postal Service. Her primary diagnoses included vertigo and Meniere’s Disease. We were successful in helping Daria obtain benefits.

“Mr. Young was very knowledgeable and made us feel at ease with our situation. He handled our case very professionally and in a more timely manner than I have heard of other attorneys through friends. His staff was also very understanding and helpful. I would definitely recommend him and his firm and would use him again, if needed, in the future!”


Client was facing 90 days minimum imprisonment for a 2nd offense DUI. Case was dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing when the officer was unable to prove that the client operated the vehicle.

Client was originally charged with Felony criminal mischief for allegedly destroying thousands of dollars of bread and cookies in a supermarket in Yardley, PA. Client was found not guilty by jury of all criminal charges, sentenced by the judge for summary violation to pay $500.00 fine. Received worldwide coverage from the Associated Press and Newsweek Magazine and story was on all 4 local news stations, CNN and the Court Channel.