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Dmitry Lev, an Attorney and Counselor at Law, handles Personal Bankruptcy cases in Massachusetts. In addition, Attorney Lev can help consumers with debt management matters, to stop abusive collections tactics by creditors, and with tax matters involving the IRS and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.

Credit card companies and debt collectors are promoting the myth that bankruptcy has been eliminated as an option. These scare tactics are being used to discourage debtors from seeking legal advice. Even some media sources, including personal finance expert Suze Orman, have falsely reported that Chapter 7 bankruptcy has been completely eliminated for people that earn more than the state median income. These reports are false. It is true that sweeping new Bankruptcy Laws went into effect on October 17, 2005, but bankruptcy relief for consumers is still available, including relief under Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and even Chapter 11 for certain consumer debtors. There are a few more eligibility and documentation requirements, but the basic elements of relief (such as discharging most debts and protecting you and your property from creditors) still exist.

According to the American Bankruptcy Institute statistics, the percentage of debtors filing for Chapter 7 protection fell by only 10% after the new laws were passed.

For more information about specific types of bankruptcy relief, please choose from the menu to the right.

Attorney Lev offers initial meetings at no charge to fully evaluate your case and your options. Please CONTACT the office to schedule an appointment.

Attorney Lev personally handles each case from the first consultation to the ultimate disposition. He focuses on the individual goals of each client, and with his client-centered approach works relentlessly towards obtaining the best possible resolution for each one.

Law Offices of D. Lev is proud to be a federally designated debt relief agency. Attorney Dmitry Lev helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Title 11 of the United States Code.

Please be aware that no attorney-client relationship ensues until a written agreement is signed. Please see the DISCLAIMER for more details.