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Jun 2011

Bankruptcy Law Office Opening in Stafford Virginia

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Stafford VA Bankruptcy Lawyer Robert Weed

I'm Virginia Bankruptcy Lawyer Robert Weed. My Stafford office is at 300 Garrisonville Road, #201, Stafford, VA 22554.

I’m Virginia bankruptcy lawyer Robert Weed, announcing the opening my newest location, in Stafford County, Virginia.

Many people in Stafford have been hard hit by the current economic crisis.

Zillow shows the average home value in Stafford has fallen from $400,000 in July 2006 to $250,000 today.  A loss of 38%.

Stafford County, VA, has some of the longest commutes in America.  So people in Stafford have been hit harder than most when gasoline hit four dollars a gallon.

Stafford also has a low average age–fifth lowest in Virginia.  That low median age translates to mean, young families with children.  The folks hardest hit when there’s a loss of income.

I’ve helped hundreds of Stafford families get a new start–seeing them at my locations in Woodbridge and Manassas, Virginia.

Why am I opening in Stafford?  I know several good bankruptcy lawyers in Fredericksburg.  I’ve long recommended Dale Adams; and more recently I’ve gotten to know more about Bob Barlow.

It’s a strain, though, being a bankruptcy lawyer in Fredericksburg, VA.  Why?  People south of the Rappahannock River, Spottsylvania County and Fredericksburg City, are under the jurisdiction of the bankruptcy court in Richmond, VA.    North of the river, that’s Stafford County, is under the jurisdiction of the bankruptcy court in Alexandria, VA.

A lawyer who has to be in Richmond and Alexandria the same day–or even back-to-back–can be stretched pretty thin.   All my locations, Sterling, Manassas, Woodbridge, and of course Alexandria, are in the jurisdiction of the Alexandria court.  That enables me to meet people at each of my offices, and serve them all efficiently.

My law firm has the experience of twelve thousand bankruptcies.  Three thousand now under the 2005 bankruptcy law.   No other bankruptcy lawyers in Stafford have done near that many.

I’m opening in Stafford, July 5, 2011.  If you want to see if I can help you, make an appointment, fill in my forms, and come on by.

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Robert Weed has helped twelve thousand people file bankruptcy in Northern Virginia. Robert Weed is a frequent panelist and speaker at the meetings of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. He is one of Northern Virginia’s most experienced personal bankruptcy lawyers. As an expert on changing consumer bankruptcy laws, Robert Weed has been interviewed on local and national TV and quoted in newspapers across the country.

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  • Edita Samson

    April 30, 2013, pm30 7:30 PM
    01

    I decided to retire due to personal reasons; thus, my income source is only my SS benefits of less than $800. I short sale my home and is now living with my daughter. I can’t afford to pay the minimum balances as required by two credit card companies and they have been harassing me. To be able to move forward and have a life, I am very much interested in declaring bankcruptcy if it is something I can afford.

    Can you help me?

    • Robert Weed

      May 1, 2013, am31 10:09 AM
      02

      Edita:

      We’ll set you up for an appointment with my Stafford office.

      Often people who are living just on social security do NOT need to file bankruptcy. Sometimes it’s enough to tell them “I talked to a lawyer; there’s nothing you can garnish, stop calling me.” But you and I will discuss that after we have a complete picture of your situation.

      When people don’t need to file bankruptcy because doing nothing will work, I’m glad to tell people. That advice, when it works, is free.

  • Nesar

    May 4, 2013, am31 6:00 AM
    03

    Hello,Sir

    I am in proses to by another home but I have problem to get loan because current townhouse went to modification in August 2011 since then Walls forgo reported as foreclosure. my house never went to foreclosure

    and I am leaving in that house. I need your help on this.

    Thank you

    Nesar.

    • Robert Weed

      May 4, 2013, pm31 1:32 PM
      04

      Nesar:

      I don’t have any good ideas. Before the crisis, way to many people owned too many house and now the regulations are really allergic to it.
      I don’t know anyway you can get approved on a new townhouse until three years after your current one was foreclosed….and if it’s not foreclosed, just sitting there behind…then the three years hasn’t started yet.

      I’m a lawyer, not a lender, but that’s all I know.

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