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How Does it Cost to File for Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Anyone considering filing for bankruptcy has financial concerns. They are worried about paying their credit card bills, rent, or mortgage. Even though they could benefit from bankruptcy, they have questions regarding the cost of hiring an experienced attorney to...

Does a Doctor Have to Fill Our Disability Paperwork in Pennsylvania?

There are some injuries and medical conditions that will limit a person’s ability to work. If you suffer from a medical impairment that makes it impossible to return to work, you might qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental...

Should You File for Bankruptcy Before a Divorce?

Going through a divorce is often a difficult and stressful process. Marriages collapse for various reasons, including financial problems. It is not uncommon for a divorce to leave both spouses in economic ruin. One of the main reasons for filing for bankruptcy is...

How Much Disability Will I Get If I Never Worked?

There are two government programs available to help disabled individuals, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Both programs are administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). While both share similar...

Is a Disability Check Considered Income By the IRS in Pennsylvania

If you have been injured or suffer from a medical impairment that limits your ability to work, you might rely on disability benefits to pay your monthly bills. If you have been receiving disability or are applying for benefits, you might wonder if your monthly...

How Much Money Can You Get on Disability in Pennsylvania?

The amount of Social Security Disability benefits you could receive depends on the program. There are two separate programs administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA): Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI)....

The Results

Bankruptcy

Best Bucks County Lawyer

“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.”

Best Bucks County Attorney

"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."

Disability

Best Philadelphia Lawyer

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.

Best Philadelphia Attorney

“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!”

Criminal Defense

Philadelphia Lawyer

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.

Bucks County Attorney

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.