What we offer
We can help you save your house, car and other personal property and assets of value while discharging your obligation to pay your unwanted credit card, medical and dental bills. In certain circumstances, you may be able to discharge second/third mortgages, IRS debts, secured loans, MVC Surcharges and more. Upon filing of a bankruptcy petition, all civil court matters, harassing phone calls from creditors and wage executions will stop as a matter of law. Foreclosures actions and any other state court law division or chancery matters must also cease upon filing.
The United States Bankruptcy Code underwent a major revision which took effect on 10/17/2005. Now more than ever you need experienced and qualified bankruptcy counsel who will properly & professionally guide you through the bankruptcy process. We have the necessary skills and experience to guide you successfully through your case whether it is a chapter 7 or chapter 13 matter.
For those instances where one is not or should not file bankruptcy, we offer the unique service of debt consolidation. The firm negotiates on your behalf with each creditor to obtain the best settlement for you and each and every debt.
This service includes all negotiations, settlement issues, as well as obtaining the proper documentation to ensure each debt is properly settled and any judgement obtained against you is removed.
At the conclusion of all settlements, you will receive copies of all correspondences together with a detailed sheet listing all creditors and the settlement amounts percentages. This ensures there will be no further issues with these creditors in the future.
With over 20 years of experience in the area of personal injury, the law firm of Reinheimer & Reinheimer is well suited to professionally represent the interest of anyone injured as the results of the acts or negligence of another. Whether you are injured due to an automobile accident or as a result of a slip and fall accident, your rights will be vigorously represented with the respect and compassion you rightfully deserve.
There are no fees or costs charged to you unless we achieve a recovery on your behalf. Under the law, you only have a specific amount of time with which to proceed with your case or you will lose your right to do so. The consultations are free and there are no obligations attached to your free consultation. You may be able to recover for your injuries, lost wages and even the companionship of your significant other.
Our law firm now offers mortgage modification services. We will guide you step-by-step through the difficult and lengthy process of applying for your mortgage modification. After the application is filed, we will keep in contact with your lending institution until a decision is obtained.
Once the modification documents are received, we will review and explain them to you prior to signing. You can proceed knowing you will have someone on your side throughout this difficult and often frustrating process.
If you are injured while working or on the job, we can help you obtain the medical care and treatment you deserve. You may also be entitled to temporary disability benefits and a monetary award for the permanent nature of your work-related injuries.
The initial consultation is free and there is no charge for our services unless we obtain a recovery on your behalf. All such actions must be filed within a specific time frame so it’s important to contact our office to find out more about your rights. You can not be terminated by your employer for bringing such a claim. Any recovery you receive is non-taxable by the state or federal governments.
Have a judgment against someone and don’t know what to do about it? Do you have a state court claim and you are unsure how to proceed? We can help you to either obtain or collect on a judgment. The firm has over 20 years of collection experience and can help you make sense of what can otherwise be an exhausting and frustrating process. Call us now for a consultation. Any nominal consultation fee charged will be applied to any amount ultimately charged if you decide to retain the firm. In many instances, our fee is based on a percentage of what we recover on your behalf.