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Sound Bankruptcy Advice and Representation for Pittsfield, Berkshire County, and All of Western Massachusetts

Is it time you unburdened yourself of the stress and debt you have accumulated?

Do you want to know what your options are to stop creditors from harassing you?

Are you ready to avail yourself of the bankruptcy protections allowed for under the law?

If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, help is available. Richard I. Isacoff, P.C., offers personal service to help with your legal concerns.

Berkshire County bankruptcy lawyer Richard I. Isacoff relies on over three decades of experience when providing bankruptcy advice. His background as a banker, a licensed real estate broker and mortgage is an asset to his bankruptcy and general legal practice. And his track record of success with helping Massachusetts families work out their issues can be of benefit to you and your loved ones.

Attorney Isacoff’s concern and commitment to his clients compels him to work very hard on their behalf. His work has achieved the kind of results that, to this day, cause client-families across the state to recommend his services to others.

Contact his conveniently located law office, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to schedule your free initial consultation today.

Call 413-443-8164.

Personal Service for Your Bankruptcy and Real Estate Legal Needs

Richard I. Isacoff has more than 30 years of experience helping clients with practice areas such as:

Attorney Isacoff can counsel you on your current debts and how to prevent accruing more debt in the future. Attorney Isacoff is also a trained counselor, which may also benefit you as you make your way through the legal process.
Contact Richard I. Isacoff, P.C.

Contact Richard I. Isacoff to schedule your free initial consultation. Call or e-mail him today to discuss the details of your situation.

Meeting schedules are flexible and after-hours messages are returned promptly. Call 413-443-8164.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.