New York Bankruptcy, Commercial Debt Collection, & Judgment Enforcement Lawyers The Manhattan NY based boutique law firm of Starr & Starr, PLLC focuses on Bankruptcy Law, Commercial Debt Collection & Judgment Enforcement, and Civil Litigation matters. We help debtors and creditors, domestic and international companies including small businesses and entrepreneurs, individuals and families with their bankruptcy, commercial debt collection, judgment enforcement and litigation matters.
PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY - Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Working with us we can help you make a positive and immediate change in your life! We can help you stop garnishments, stop foreclosure, stop debt collectors, and stop lawsuits by filing bankruptcy for you. Our New York bankruptcy lawyers can help you save your house, save your apartment, save your car, freeze foreclosure, freeze lawsuits, and stop eviction by helping you file bankruptcy. We handle chapter 13 bankruptcy where you can catch up with past due payments in affordable monthly payments over time. Evening and weekend consultations available.
BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY - Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. We are Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law as bankruptcy specialists. We represent debtor companies in chapter 7 liquidations, out of court workouts and state-law dissolutions, and corporate debt restructuring in chapter 11 reorganizations. .
DEBT COLLECTION & JUDGMENT ENFORCEMENT - The New York Debt Collection & Judgment Enforcement Attorneys at Starr & Starr, PLLC, can help you recover the debt owed to you. We help all types of businesses, including domestic and international small businesses, collect past-due receivables owed to them by corporate and business debtors, and individuals.
CIVIL LITIGATION AND BANKRUPTCY LITIGATION - If you have been sued by a creditor, trustee, liquidating trustee in state court, federal court, bankruptcy court, or arbitration proceeding, the NY Litigation Attorneys at Starr & Starr, PLLC can help you defend the lawsuit. We also represent plaintiffs and defendants in litigation and mediation in bankruptcy court, including preference actions seeking to avoid preferential transfers, and avoidance actions seeking to avoid fraudulent transfers.