Bankruptcy Attorney Michelle Labayen Expands to New York City Area
02/05/2019

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Online PR News – 05-February-2019 – NEW YORK, NY – NEW YORK, NY - February 5, 2019 - Bankruptcy lawyer Michelle Labayen is expanding her practice to the New York City area, allowing more people to seek help on their path to financial freedom.
The New York City bankruptcy attorney has practiced consumer law and bankruptcy law for 15 years. She believes in aggressively pursuing debtors' rights including those provided by the Fair Debt Collection Practice and Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Car accidents, injuries, illnesses, job loss and ore can drain savings and lead to increased expenses. Bills may pile up, forcing people to find a way to reach financial stability. Labayen works with clients to assess their financial situation and understand what filing bankruptcy means. If they plan to proceed, the Law Office of Michelle Labayen can help file with the bankruptcy court and complete the process to help clients discharge their debts.
Her 15 years dedicated to debt relief gives her insight into the process of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Her firm pays close attention to details while communicating with clients and providing honest advice.
"Attorneys such as Michelle Labayen are few and far between," said Angelo Vargas, one of her clients. "Not only was she able and knowledgeable of the legal aspects of our case, her empathy made us feel that we were talking to a friend."
Labayen is especially passionate about advocating on the behalf of student loan recipients in need of financial help. Student loans can only be discharged in certain circumstances and attempting to do so takes the help of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. She can help clients navigate through the process required to provide evidence of undue hardship, which requires extensive evidence to prove.
Potential clients can seek a free consultation by filling out an online firm or calling the law office. Labayen's blog on her website provides valuable information on filing for bankruptcy including how to pay related expenses and what steps to take.
The Law Office of Michelle Labayen also remains active in supporting social and political concerns, providing pro bono assistance through New Jersey Law Volunteers and Wounded Warriors.
For more information on the New York bankruptcy attorney's services, visit the law firm's website at https://www.bankruptcyhelpnyc.com or call 212-381-6083.