Bankruptcy may be a good option. Using a Lawyer with experience may be wise.
Due to these unprecedented and uncertain times, We want to always be here for our clients and be able to take care of our client needs in the safest manner possible. Our firm has put in place the following policies and procedures to ensure the safety of not only our clients but our Attorney and staff as well.
1. ABSOLUTELY NO WALK-INS. Clients are seen by appointment only. You may call our office to schedule an appointment. When coming in for your set appointment you will find the front door locked, please knock or call and our staff will let you in.
2. RE-SCHEDULING. If on the date of your appointment, you are not feeling well, or have any signs or symptoms of the flu, fever, cold or anything along those lines, please inform us so that we may reschedule your appointment for a later time.
3. MASKS. The usage of safety masks are highly encouraged. The staff here will be using these safety precautions as well.
4.CLEANLINESS. It will be our policy to wipe down commonly touched surfaces each morning as well as after each client visit and at the end of each working day. We will provide hand sanitizer to utilize for client appointments as well.
To further assist our clients in the safest way possible during this Covid-19 Pandemic we are going to be using video conferencing to ensure the safest interaction possible with our clients.
It's made easy for you, the client. All we need is your email and we can send you not only a reminder alarm, but a link as well for these video meetings.
This firm inputs information directly into the Bankruptcy software without a need for the client to spend hours filling out forms. The downside to this, however is that while we are working, we still need the client available to answer questions pertaining to their specific case.
Routine consumer bankruptcy is generally put together in 1 to 1 1/2 hour sessions and may require 2 sessions. So with video conferencing, if you wish to use your smart phone, you will want to ensure that you have something to properly hold your phone up and that it is fully charged during video conferencing calls.
As of the Date of this writing May 26th 2020 even the Bankruptcy Courts are using phones for Court Hearings as well as standing Trustees.
That means that the section 341 Meetings of the creditors are being done by phone as well.
Robert N Zimmerman, Jr. Lawyer and Attorney at Law
1104 N parsons Ave., Ste. C, Brandon, FL 33510 US
The author of this website is a lawyer licensed to practice in the state of Florida and the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida. It is against the law and it is unethical to provide legal advice or otherwise practice law in a venue where the attorney is not licensed. All of the bankruptcy information contained in this website is provided for educational purposes only. Please bear in mind that state law effects bankruptcy issues. General education helps people understand bankruptcy, but it is not a substitute for legal advice by a competent attorney who is licensed by the state and practices within the jurisdiction of the Court where a person files for bankruptcy. Further, not all Bankruptcy Courts interpret the U.S. Bankruptcy Code the same way. Consequently, attorneys familiar with the Court where the petition is filed is important.
The decision to hire an attorney is an important matter that should not be made on the basis of advertisements alone. We are a debt relief agency. Offices in Brandon, Florida .