BANKRUPTCY  LAW IN BALTIMORE Experienced consumer bankruptcy lawyer in  Baltimore, Personal service, reasonable fees, free consultation.  Protect your consumer rights in foreclosure, collection

My Practice Areas

Chapter 7
Chapter 13
Stop Foreclosure
Creditor Harassment
Stop Garnishment and Repossession

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Law Office of David W. Cohen
One North Charles Street, Suite 350
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-837-6340                     
Fax: 410-347-7889

For Clients in Harford and Cecil County, I am available to meet you at 102 S Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD by appointment only.

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"We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.   "
This in no way describes all the services which we can provide and does not limit those services.

The Law Office of David W. Cohen is a Bankruptcy Lawyer serving clients in Baltimore and the surrounding Maryland communities, including Ellicott City, Bel Air,  Columbia, Reisterstown,Owings Mills, Randallstown, Towson, Timonium, Elkridge, Essex, Dundalk, Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Odenton, Jessup, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County,  Carroll County, Cecil County,  Harford County and  Howard County .

Baltimore Bankruptcy Lawyer with 25 Years of Experience

 Choosing a Baltimore Bankruptcy Lawyer

The Baltimore, Maryland, area has numerous attorneys practicing in the area of bankruptcy law. How do you pick the right one for you?
I am David W. Cohen, and I am one of those many Baltimore bankruptcy attorneys. Past clients have told me that they chose to work with the Law Office of David W. Cohen for a few simple reasons: my experience, my knowledge of the law and my ability to set them at ease.
When choosing a personal bankruptcy attorney yourself, it might be helpful to consider the questions below.

Are You Confident in the Lawyer's Skills?

Athletes know the value of repetition as a precursor to success. It was a famous baseball player who once said, "A baseball swing is a very finely tuned instrument. It is repetition, and more repetition, then a little more after that."
For 25 years, I have fine-tuned my skills as a bankruptcy lawyer, guiding thousands of individuals through the process. It is important to ask the right questions in order to give the best advice. When you work with me, you can feel confident that your case is in the right hands and that I have a deep and comprehensive understanding of the law that you can rely upon.
I will personally handle your case from start to finish and be the person who takes your calls and answers your questions. You will never be handed off to a paralegal or a junior associate.

Are You Comfortable?

When choosing a bankruptcy lawyer, it is important to select somebody who makes you feel comfortable, who is willing to pay attention to you and who is not trying to hurry you out of the office. We will share some personal conversations; it is my goal to set you at ease in the process and to ensure that you never feel judged or discounted.
I know my clients trust me when they show up with a jumble of documents stuffed in a paper grocery bag and say in a slightly embarrassed way, "David, do you think you can make heads or tails of this?" We are all human — I will gladly work with what you have.

Are You in Charge?

Your bankruptcy lawyer should empower you to make choices. I empower my clients by encouraging them to ask me questions, without any inhibitions, and by providing them with clear and honest answers.

Give Me a Call

Choosing a bankruptcy lawyer is a big decision. I encourage you to contact me to arrange a free consultation. Check me out and make sure you feel comfortable with me. Call me at 410-837-6340.    You can also send an e-mail to set up an appointment.