CGA Bankruptcy Chair, Lawrence V. Young, Esq. Offers Free Telephone Consultations to Public

access_time Posted on: March 30th, 2020
No charge, no obligation conversation

No charge, No obligation Conversation

In the face of business shut downs and layoffs, many are left wondering how they are going to pay their bills and make ends meet. Small businesses and individuals are left with questions about their specific financial circumstances and what the future holds.

Free Telephone Consultations
On Tuesday, March 31, 2020 from 8:30 to 11:30am, CGA Law Firm is offering a chance to have those questions answered at no charge. Attorney Lawrence Young will make himself available as a public service for a no charge, no obligation conversation to discuss each caller’s most pressing concerns. Larry is not only the Chair of CGA Law Firm’s Bankruptcy Department, he is also a Federal Bankruptcy Trustee for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

Largest Bankruptcy Department in South Central PA
CGA Law Firm has the largest consumer and small business Bankruptcy Department in South Central Pennsylvania, with four attorneys, and five paralegals and staff.  Both of the Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys who practice in York County are members of CGA Law Firm.  

Contact Information
Mark your calendar and call Larry this Friday. 
Direct dial: (717) 718-7110, Mobile: (717) 887-7519  Email address: [email protected]

Note: We are limiting complimentary conversations with Larry to 15 minutes, so that we are able to assist more people during the allotted time.

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