Helping You Gain Peace Of Mind
In The Midst Of A Legal Storm

Steering You Through Bankruptcy Toward A Better Future

At Law Office of Dario Di Lello, PLLC, I understand how overwhelming and stressful the bankruptcy process can seem. For more than 22 years, I have helped clients throughout New York State with a variety of complex issues related to filing bankruptcy. In addition to knowledgeable legal information, I guide clients effectively through a stormy situation to a brighter, calmer future.

Some of the issues I handle most often when I work with clients include:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • Foreclosure
  • Repossession
  • Reaffirmation of debt

One of the biggest misconceptions about bankruptcy is that you will lose your house and your car. This is very rare, but you will need an attorney to help you protect them. If you do not work with a lawyer, you stand to make an error that could cost you these items.

Which Type Of Bankruptcy Is For Me?

There are two categories of bankruptcy that I handle:

  1. Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves liquidating assets to repay your creditors.
  2. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you create a payment plan to repay creditors over time.

As an experienced bankruptcy attorney it is crucial you don’t cash out your pensions, or 401K. By cashing those out, you are only buying yourself a little time. Pensions are fully exempt and with my help I can help you protect your rights and financial future.

Also, once you have repaid the agreed-upon portion of your debt, the court will discharge your remaining unsecured debt. When you speak with me in person, I can determine which category of bankruptcy is the best fit for you.

Take Control Of Your Debt – Contact Me Today

Although a lot in your life might seem uncertain, you can feel confident in my ability to help you find practical solutions that help you reclaim your life from debt. To schedule an initial consultation with me, please call my Fishkill office at 845-765-3205 or send me an email. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.