I am Massachusetts bankruptcy lawyer Tameka Grantham. I practice bankruptcy law and debt settlement. I am a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and a former criminal prosecutor.
My goal is help you assess your financial situation, offer you solutions, and permanently STOP collection actions against you! My clients are decent, hardworking people. They are simply unable to meet the demands of their creditors because of a catastrophe, disaster, divorce, illness or job loss. Everyone deserves a second chance, and I am on your side!
It can be intimidating talking to a lawyer, especially when it comes to such personal matters like finances. I am not here to push you into bankruptcy — it is not for everyone. But, if you are considering filing for bankruptcy, know who your attorney is. I am an experienced bankruptcy attorney who works hard to keep up with the latest changes in law.
My job is to help you make informed decisions about whether bankruptcy is the best option for you so that you will have a better future. Together, we can do it!
As an Assistant State Attorney, I prosecuted thousands of cases and took hundreds to trial. You’re probably thinking, “That’s wonderful. What does that have to do with bankruptcy?” It means that I am not afraid to go to court and fight for your rights under the Bankruptcy Code. It means that when a creditor continues to threaten and harass you, even after you file bankruptcy, I have the litigation skills and gumption to take them to court, to insist they adhere to the automatic stay, and to force them stop contacting you.
Call 978-341-5044 today to schedule your initial consultation with me to see if bankruptcy is right for you.
Appointments are available in Concord, MA. Other locations are available by request.
The Grantham Law Firm, as designated by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States, is a Federal Debt Relief Agent and is proudly committed to representing and assisting consumer debtors in the bankruptcy process
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