The Law Offices of Daniel Wisher is a full service law firm assisting Western New Yorkers with their everyday legal needs for over twenty years. We understand the great economic hardship so many of our fellow neighbors are experiencing, through no fault of their own. Our office if is here to provide financial counseling to assist you in navigating thru these uncertain economic times, advising how to preserve as many assets and as much of your legacy as possible, while simultaneously assisting with financial relief options. Please give our office a call for a now free, honest consultation, so that you can make informed decisions. We are offering flexible payment options and flat fee pricing, along with a 20% reduction in our legal fee, in an effort at assist as many people in need as possible. We are conveniently located on Seneca Street between Union and Orchard Park Road in West Seneca, New York, with ample parking, easy access and minutes from downtown Buffalo. Our firm prides itself on reliable and honest legal advice and representation at competitive prices. With a free initial consultation, please give our office a call to set up a time to discuss your case, so that you may make a well-informed and confident decision surrounding your legal matter.
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DISCLAIMER: My firm is in the business to help people and companies (debtors and creditors alike) obtain protection and provide services offered by and under the bankruptcy law, code and rules and to navigate the extremely complicated process of bankruptcy. As we provide and assist people to file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code, we are considered a debt relief agency. 11 U.S.C. Sec. 528