Whether you're looking for help with overwhelming debt, want to ensure a special needs dependent is taken care of, or want assistance planning how your estate is left for your loved ones, our White Plains law firm can help. For over a decade, Attorney Natasha Meruelo has been aiding clients in resolving their financial concerns and helping them plan for the future. We can also help nonprofit organizations with formation, governance, and other legal matters! Helping you realize your goals is our passion.
When it comes to you, your family, or your organization's concerns, we know how vital competent, compassionate legal representation is. We believe in providing clear, honest guidance to every client, no matter what they are dealing with. With an emphasis on personalized legal representation, we are prepared to bring you the services and guidance you need to feel confident when making important legal decisions.
“Natasha Meruelo is professional, knowledgable and a solid attorney. She made sure I was well informed, prepared, and empowered throughout the court process. Having her support was invaluable. I am so grateful I followed my intuition and chose her to represent me. I highly recommend her!”
Are you struggling with high-interest credit card debt, medical bills, mortgages, or tax debt? In recent years, more and more Americans have found themselves overcome by insurmountable debt. Not only is this incredibly stressful, but many people also find themselves fending off harassment from creditors and predatory collections agencies. In some serious cases, those struggling with debt have even been the target of lawsuits, especially due to recent changes in New York’s statute of limitations. If this is something you are dealing with, you are not alone. You have options.
The benefits of working with an experienced bankruptcy attorney include:
- Personalized legal counsel focused on your needs
- Someone who can help you determine if a reorganization or liquidation of your debts is appropriate for your situation
- Help with filing and managing your case
- Someone to handle all the paperwork for you
- Having access to advice about options to save your home from foreclosure and preserve other assets such as your car
- Being able to get advice on how you may be able to address and discharge tax debts
- Peace of mind knowing someone is there, protecting your best interests and guiding you along the way
- Having someone on your side with an extensive knowledge of bankruptcy law to represent you in court
- The ability to explore other options such as debt settlement, loan modifications, tax workout options, and much more.
When an individual's debt becomes too much to handle, they may have the option of filing for bankruptcy or reorganizing their debts. Our White Plains bankruptcy attorney has helped hundreds of clients deal with their debts through careful guidance and thoughtful representation. We can help you determine what path forward is best for your situation, whether that be a bankruptcy case or another option. When you work with our White Plains bankruptcy attorney, our goal is to help you secure the best possible outcome and become debt free.
Natasha Meruelo also offers residents in the White Plains area comprehensive special needs and estate planning services.
If you have a dependent with special needs, ensuring that they have access to the public benefits they need to thrive is paramount. There are two types of trusts designed to help those with special needs while allowing them to preserve their benefits: First Party and Third Party Special Needs Trusts or Supplemental Needs Trusts.
Our law firm can help you establish these trusts and other estate planning documents, including wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, health care directives, and much more. We can also assist you with a guardianship proceeding for your loved one.
As a law firm, we proudly offer our clients customizable services designed to meet their needs. In addition to our bankruptcy, special needs, and estate planning services, we provide nonprofit organizations with knowledgeable legal assistance. Our White Plains nonprofit services attorney understands the unique challenges nonprofit organizations face, and we are prepared to put our experience and resources to work for you and your organization.
If you live in the White Plains area and need help with a bankruptcy filing, special needs or estate planning, or nonprofit legal services, give us a call at (914) 517-7565. You can also schedule an appointment online.
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