Bankruptcy Law

Professional Legal Opinions

Experienced Attorneys

Protect Your Assets

Escape Your Debts

Defend Your Rights and Interests

Get a Fresh Start

Find a Bankruptcy Law Attorney in Flushing, NY


Trust FAAN LAW FIRM to help you escape debt.


If you are struggling to meet your obligations and are considering bankruptcy as a way to put your financial problems behind you and get a fresh start, you want an experienced lawyer to guide you through the process and protect your interests. The bankruptcy laws changed in 2005, making it even more important to seek the advice of knowledgeable counsel. You want an attorney who fully understands the new laws and who will help you understand all of your options, so that you make good decisions.

At the CHEN LAW FIRM, PLLC, we bring over 50 years of combined legal experience to individuals throughout Queens and the surrounding communities who are involved in or are considering filing for bankruptcy. We have built and maintained our successful practice on a commitment to a high level of personal service. When you hire us to resolve your legal matter, you will always work directly with our experienced attorneys. Contact our office or call us at 718-650-8686 to set up an initial consultation with one of our attorneys.

Call 718-650-8686 now to schedule a free in-person consultation with a reputable bankruptcy law attorney in Flushing, NY.

Many issues and  provisions can be structured in myriad ways, depending on your current needs and future plans. A lawyer can walk you through the significance and consequence of each of these decisions and craft a shareholder agreement tailored to your business.

When should you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy? 


While Chapter 7 bankruptcy will clear most of your debt, you should only file for it as a last resort. Reach out to our lead bankruptcy law attorney if:

  • It would take more than five years for you to pay off your debt.

  • You have more debt than disposable income.

  • You're willing to give up personal possessions to repay your debt.

Attorney Chen will explain the pros and cons of this type of bankruptcy so you can see if it makes sense for you. Contact us today to discuss your situation with a qualified Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney.

Our Personal Bankruptcy


The Bankruptcy laws allow people to eliminate or restructure their debt in the Federal Courts. The two most common types of bankruptcy available to individuals are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 petitions. Despite the changes to the Bankruptcy Laws in 2005, bankruptcy is still an option for individuals and families facing financial difficulties.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcies (liquidation) are the most common type of petition and eliminate most of a debtor’s unsecured debts (i.e. Credit cards, Medical Bills). A successful Chapter 7 results in a discharge where debt is forgiven not repaid. However, some debt is not dischargeable such as: Child Support, Alimony, Student Loans, Taxes and personal injury damages.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (repayment plan) provides a solution for people who have regular income and can make regular monthly payments but have suffered a short-term financial setback such as an illness, loss of job or unexpected large expense. Many people looking to stop foreclosure or repossession choose Chapter 13 as it allows you to stay in your house, keep your car and catch-up on your debt over up to a five year period.

Our office will advise as the best course of action to settle your debt problems. We will guide you through the new Bankruptcy Laws, including the required Credit Counseling Courses that must be taken in connection with all Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases. We will direct you to an approved Credit Counseling Agency. An attorney from our office will accompany you to all Bankruptcy Court hearings and Trustee meetings.

For an initial consultation with a compassionate and dedicated New York bankruptcy lawyers, contact us or call us at 718-650-8686. We maintain a flexible office schedule to accommodate the needs of our clients, meeting with individuals by appointment only.