Why Choose Us
Are you on the wrong end of a creditor lawsuit? Are you facing the chance of wage garnishment, losing your home, and getting saddled with an IRS Lien or Judgment? Our site’s goal is to help you protect yourself and make the right decision for your financial future.
Fisher-Sandler has a combined 60 years of bankruptcy law experience and has helped thousands of Virginia residents and small businesses file their bankruptcy petitions successfully since 1999.
Nathan Fisher and Michael J.O. Sandler have known each other for almost twenty years. Starting in late 2017 they decided to combine their bankruptcy law skills so they could reach even more clients in the Northern Virginia area.
During the Summer of 2019, Fisher-Sandler expanded its services to include Chapter 11 bankruptcy for individuals along with opening two new locations in Fredericksburg and Richmond Virginia. We are excited to bring Sharon Choi Stuart to handle all of our Richmond VA clients. Sharon has over 20 years of bankruptcy law experience serving the Henrico County and Richmond areas.
Starting in June 2020 we are proud to announce our new “Zero Down Chapter 7 Bankruptcy” program. That’s right no money down chapter 7 bankruptcy! With the launch of this program we will be able to reach so many more people who until now have been unable to file chapter 7 due to not having the funds available.
Bankruptcy Lawyers that Get Results
The one thing you want from your bankruptcy lawyer is for them to file your bankruptcy petition and have it approved by the Trustee. A “bankruptcy win” can mean many things. It might mean getting your garnished wages back in full. It might mean saving your home from foreclosure or getting your bank account unfrozen. In the best cases, it can mean having a”fresh start”. No matter what the particulars of your bankruptcy case, your attorney’s job are to improve the outcome.
That’s why the right bankruptcy lawyer makes such a big difference. They will fight harder for you. Fisher-Sandler knows more about bankruptcy law, and how to choose a strategy that will be effective for you. Nathan and Michael will defend your case like it’s their own son or daughter facing creditor harassment. When an attorney truly cares about your case, you can tell the difference.
Exclusive Focus on Bankruptcy
At Fisher-Sandler we focus on one thing: bankruptcy and bankruptcy law. For some attorneys, Bankruptcy is a sideline. They might know the laws around bankruptcy, but how often do they convince a Judge to approve the bankruptcy petition? Do they know each judge by name, and how the judge feels about bankruptcy? Are they familiar with the bankruptcy court Trustee’s and know which ones have a reputation?
When a lawyer chooses to focus on bankruptcy law they do it for a reason. It’s because they see how unscrupulous creditors have become over the years. You should have a lawyer who’s passionate about defending your case and believes in what they do. Nathan Fisher and Michael Sandler love what they do and look forward to having the opportunity to serve you.
Stop Your Creditor Harassment Today
You deserve your peace of mind, you deserve a financial “fresh start”. This is your opportunity to stop your creditor’s in their tracks. Fisher-Sandler will take you from a position of weakness to a position of strength. We will explain every recommendation we make and why it benefits you. Most of all, we know bankruptcy law and will help you get the best result possible.
The sooner you speak to a bankruptcy lawyer, the more they can do to help you. Bankruptcy petitions can move quickly once filed. Let Fisher-Sandler put you back in control of your finances by filing either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy today. We offer FREE consultations either by phone, in-office, or virtually over the internet. Call (703) 494- 3323 to schedule your FREE consultation or CLICK HERE to schedule online.
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