Foreclosure Defense Lawyers
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Foreclosure Defense, Bankruptcy, Business and Real Estate
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Free ConsultationOffers Video ChatForeclosure Defense, Divorce, Landlord Tenant and Personal Injury
University of Maine - School of Law
Over 35 years experience. General practice focusing on Divorce/Family Law, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense, Personal Injury, Landlord/Tenant and general civil and criminal litigation. Attorney Guillory is a lifelong resident of the Biddeford/Saco area. He also has many contacts and satisfied clients in the Lewiston/Auburn area. When not practicing law you can often find Bob on the golf course.
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Foreclosure Defense and Bankruptcy
I have represented individuals and small businesses in bankruptcy proceedings under Chapters 7, 11, and 13 since 1982. I also handle foreclosure defense cases, in which the concept of bankruptcy as a final option is very useful. It's my goal to provide compassionate, effective representation through a difficult time in my clients' lives. If you are struggling with debts of any kind, don't suffer any longer in insecurity. It helps to learn about your options. I give a free, half-hour initial consultation.
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