Experienced Massachusetts Attorney Will Help You Discharge Your Debt Through Bankruptcy, Negotiation, or Countersuit

Unlike most bankruptcy attorneys, Christopher Brine offers debt defense and debt collection violation defense to give his clients more options when facing debt collection lawsuits. Don’t file for bankruptcy before exploring these other possible solutions.

BankruptcyBankruptcy

When you are facing unaffordable debt and are in danger of losing your home or suffering serious consequences for unpaid taxes, filing for bankruptcy may be your best solution. When you meet with Brine Consumer Law, we will explore all of your options and help you through the bankruptcy process—if that is indeed the answer for you—in an efficient manner.

We understand that you are not considering bankruptcy lightly and that you want to resolve your problems as quickly as possible. That is why we keep the process simple. Once you reach out to us, we will not waste time getting you the help you need.

Filing for bankruptcy offers protections against foreclosure and wage garnishment, and can give people with overwhelming debt loads a fresh start. If you think bankruptcy may be the answer for you, schedule an appointment with Brine Consumer Law. We will walk you through the process and help you make the best decision for you.

Debt DefenseDebt Defense

You may be feeling overwhelmed by debt and harassed by debt collectors, but ignoring a lawsuit is a bad idea. When you work with Brine Consumer Law, we will help you find the best solution for your unique needs. In some cases, this may mean launching a defense against a debt collection lawsuit that has been filed against you.

Read our debt defense page and schedule an appointment with Christopher Brine to find out if fighting back against a lawsuit is an option for you. If the debt collector lacks the evidence of your debt he is required to have, or cannot prove that he has a right to collect this debt, you may be able to fight the lawsuit in court and win. Contact Brine Consumer Law to learn more.

Debt Collection ViolationsDebt Collection Violations

If you are being harassed by a debt collector or a creditor, you have a legal right to stop it. You may even be entitled to monetary damages for the violation. Depending on the situation, you may have a case under either federal law or Massachusetts state law. Find out in a free phone consultation with our experienced consumer attorney. If you do have a legitimate claim for harassment and are awarded damages, you won’t even have to pay attorney fees.

Threats by a debt collector and multiple phone calls each week from a creditor are prohibited under these consumer protection laws. Put a stop to it and hold the violator responsible for its actions. If you have sent a letter to the agency who has been harassing you informing them of your dispute and have not been offered a reasonable settlement, it’s time to call a lawyer. Contact Brine Consumer Law today.