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When considering bankruptcy, most people are primarily concerned about keeping their homes, vehicles, and other property that is important to them. What they may not realize is that a bankruptcy filing can be tailored to each individual’s unique situation. At the Law Office of Ronald V. De Caprio, one of our first steps in providing clients with advice is to discuss their priorities.

Your Home

Many of our clients have families and wish to stay in their houses and school districts. Others are dealing with mortgages that are underwater and are looking for an exit strategy. We provide advice on how to surrender or vacate a home in a stress-free manner, keeping our clients in control of the situation at all times. No matter your specific goals, our attorneys will tailor a bankruptcy filing to work in your favor.

Your Car

Your vehicle is one of the most important assets you possess. Without transportation, you cannot travel to work and support your family. At the Law Office of Ronald V. De Caprio, we understand why you need a reasonable car, truck, or SUV of your choice. Before filing bankruptcy, it is important to talk to our experienced lawyers to ensure you have the vehicle you need and that will be protected during bankruptcy.

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Should I Give My Property Away?

Some people mistakenly believe that gifting their property to family members before filing for bankruptcy is acceptable. At the Law Office of Ronald V. De Caprio, we advise against gifting away vehicles, jewelry, and money. Our skilled team will carefully assess your property and finances and devise a strategy to help you keep them.

Contact Us for Help with Asset Protection During Bankruptcy

Please feel free to call or contact us online to schedule an appointment to discuss protecting your home and car during bankruptcy with an experienced attorney in Rockland County, New York.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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