Miramar Bankruptcy Attorney Orfelia Mayor
If you are sleepless in Miramar because of credit card bills, a pending foreclosure on your home or a car repo - there is hope and it's only 5 miles away! The Bankruptcy Law Firm of Orfelia Mayor
knows that the past year has taken its toll on families, finances and businesses. Although we are rounding the corner in the pandemic, the financial residue of the pandemic may still remain in the form of credit card lawsuits and debt collectors harassing you daily. A Miramar bankruptcy attorney
can help you determine whether filing a bankruptcy is right for you. You don't have to continue stressing over unpaid bills, medical bills
or delinquent IRS debt. A Miramar bankruptcy will give you the fresh start that you need to get your peace of mind back and start sleeping at night again.
Miramar - Yesterday and Today
Not many people know that the City of Miramar was named for the seaside town of Miramar, Havana Cuba by the city's founder A.L. Mailman, Mailman had a second home in Cuba and bought the bulk of the land that comprises Miramar from J.D. Perry. Today, Miramar has approximately 144,000 residents according to the 2019 census.
Miramar is home to the Miramar Park of Commerce
which is a sprawling business park hosting many Fortune 500 companies such as Federal Express
, American Express
and Spirit Airlines
. Miramar is also only 3 miles from the Miami Dolphin Stadium and has easy access to every major highway in South Broward! As the city slogan says: Miramar is at the center of everything. The city is approximately 25 minutes from downtown Miami and also 25 minutes from downtown Fort Lauderdale. It doesn't get any better than that.
Filing Bankruptcy in Miramar is Easier Than You Think
Orfelia Mayor is a bankruptcy attorney
that is only five miles north of Miramar in Cooper City. We offer a free bankruptcy consultation
so you can find out whether the bankruptcy laws will help you get out of debt. A Miramar Chapter 7 bankruptcy
can help you keep your home, catch up on car payments and eliminate your credit card debt and other unsecured loans. If you owe the IRS money, you may also be able to get rid of the IRS debt
or if you don't meet the criteria for eliminating it - you can pay it off through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy
without accumulating additional penalties and interest.
You don't have to continue living under the stress of creditor harassment, pending credit card lawsuits
, overwhelming medical bills or any other financial issue that deals with debt. Get the facts today on how you can get a fresh start through a Miramar bankruptcy filing.