The Law Offices of Marc Weinberg is a law firm dedicated to providing clients with superior legal services addressing a wide range of legal issues.
Mr. Weinberg focuses on providing practical solutions tailored to the individual needs of his clients. Mr. Weinberg works closely with his clients in order to understand their immediate needs without losing sight of their long term goals. This personal, individualized attention and understanding enables him to provide his clients with prompt, aggressive and proactive representation and creative problem solving solutions.
If the services you require are to find an alternative means of resolving a conflict by avoiding litigation or ending litigation, then Mr. Weinberg's mediation services are highly recommended.
Mr. Weinberg's reputation is important to him. Integrity, Respect, and Communication are paramount to maintaining a professional relationship with you. Mr. Weinberg works with clients openly, honestly, and sincerely to achieve realistic goals.
For more than 40 years, my law practice has focused on bankruptcy, construction, and general business and contract disputes.
When you come to my office, you meet with me, not an assistant. It is my belief that the best way to represent you is too personally know you, your situation, and your reason for considering filing bankruptcy.
In analysis of your situation, I always look to see if there is an alternative to having to file bankruptcy. The decision to file bankruptcy is for many a difficult choice to make. A bankruptcy will affect your future credit; therefore the decision must be carefully made. If there is a way to avoid filing a bankruptcy petition, I will try to find it. To this end, my goal is to solve debt related problems with a view towards future rehabilitation of your credit.
The clientele that I have represented ranges from the unemployed to small and large businesses. Because I also practice construction law, many of my clients are contractors and others related to this profession. I am particularly familiar with construction businesses and therefore sensitive to the collateral issues that could affect a contractor’s license status, including claims against a contractor’s bond.