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  • New York Bankruptcy Lawyer & Foreclosure Attorney

    Since 1995, David Pankin, Esq. has been fighting for the consumers of New York City and Long Island. The
    Law Offices of David I. Pankin, P.C. has represented over 10,000 clients with their bankruptcy, predatory lending, foreclosure defense, and other consumer protection matters. From consumers struggling with credit card payments, to hardworking New Yorkers facing wage garnishment or frozen bank accounts to homeowners behind on their mortgage payments, David Pankin and his legal team have helped their clients obtain the debt relief they need to get a financial fresh start. We also represent consumers harassed by unscrupulous debt collectors for violations of fair debt collection laws, as well as for violations of consumer protection statutes.

    Our office always offers a free and thorough consultation where you will meet with an experienced New York City Bankruptcy lawyer. We will evaluate your financial situation and explore all your debt relief options, including fighting credit card lawsuits, negotiating debt settlements, loan modifications, and bankruptcy.

    Whether you live in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Staten Island, or out on Long Island, David Pankin and his staff of lawyers and paralegals will provide you with experienced, cost-effective legal advice and counsel. Please contact our office by phone at 888-529-9600 to arrange for a free, initial consultation.

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    We offer a variety of ways to handle financial difficulty which include but not limited to bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, creditor lawsuit defense, loan modifications, debt negotiations and FDPCA rights.

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    Bankruptcy law is a federal law designed to assist individual consumers and businesses facing financial difficulties. With respect to consumer debtors, the goal of bankruptcy is to help individuals.

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