New York Bankruptcy and Criminal Defense lawyer

New York Business Fraud | Bankruptcy and Criminality

People and businesses facing financial problems sometimes exacerbate matters by doing things having criminal law consequences. If you or your business are struggling financially and require debt relief, it is critical that you have an attorney who is sensitive to the fact that financial problems can quickly become criminal problems.

At Wayne Greenwald, P.C., we are committed to helping our clients find effective solutions to debt challenges and avoid common pitfalls that may endanger their property or their liberty. Whether you are an individual consumer or a business owner, you can rely on our firm to protect your rights.

Bankruptcy for People Facing Criminal Charges

Any financial problem is a serious matter that requires an effective solution. But, when your freedom and liberty are in jeopardy, the stakes are raised exponentially.

If you have been arrested for a financial crime, including fraud or any other white collar crime, it is obvious that you need a skilled criminal defense lawyer. What may not be so obvious is that you may also need a skilled bankruptcy attorney.

Asset Preservation

At Wayne Greenwald, P.C., we have represented clients in bankruptcy proceedings who faced criminal charges. Often, criminal defense counsel refers his or her client to our firm.

In white collar cases, the ability to pay restitution to an alleged victim is critical. An inability to protect your assets from creditors could hurt your making restitution, which might improve your case's outcome.

Contact Wayne Greenwald, P.C.

If you are facing a financial or legal problem that demands the attention of an experienced and knowledgeable attorney, contact Wayne Greenwald, P.C. We serve clients throughout New York and across the nation. Call us at 212-983-1922 or toll free at 888-496-1553 to contact our law office in New York City. You may also contact us online.

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