Influx of Cases Leads Long Island Bankruptcy Attorney to Revamp Office
June 20, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsAs Long Island Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies continue to increase, Long Island bankruptcy attorney Ronald D. Weiss has updated the computer system so it is linked in the cloud through Microsoft, as opposed to having a local exchange. "This allows us to have easier access of the office calendar from outside the office," said the recognized Long Island bankruptcy lawyer.
The increase in Long Island foreclosures, modifications, as well as Nassau and Suffolk County bankruptcies, have required the services of Malinda Patar and Yesira Reyaes to continue helping Long Island foreclosure attorney Weiss with foreclosure defense and litigation work. "Malinda and Yesira are the best in the business," said Weiss, "I can't even imagine doing a Nassau County Chapter 7, a Nassau County Chapter 13, a Suffolk County Chapter 13, a Suffolk County Modification, without their help."
The Long Island Chapter 7 attorney has also improved his phone system by changing from Lightpath to Verizon. "When you're litigating a Nassau County Bankruptcy, a Suffolk County Foreclosure and a Nassau County Modification, you have to stay in touch with all the parties involved and can't afford to take chances with a second-rate phone system," said Weiss.
The Suffolk foreclosure lawyer is experiencing so much volume that they were forced to lease a second high-volume Cannon copier – one wasn't enough. "Imagine all the paperwork we have to print for a Long Island Chapter 11, a Nassau Chapter 7, a Suffolk Chapter 13, and a Long Island Chapter 7. One Cannon copier just wasn't enough," said the Long Island modification attorney, Weiss.
With increased backlog, the Long Island stop foreclosure lawyer was forced to hire a new p/t employee, Benjamin Levy. "We are the premier Long Island foreclosure firm," said Weiss, "we treat every individual Long Island bankruptcy, Suffolk bankruptcy, and Nassau modification with the thoroughness it deserves. That is why having Benjamin Levy onboard helps me continue being the foreclosure lawyer Long Island deserves."
About Ronald D. Weiss, P.C. Attorney at Law PC
The modification, bankruptcy and foreclosure practice has been defending clients for more than 25 years. The firm concentrates on litigating Chapter 11, 7 and 13 bankruptcies, defending the rights of property owners against foreclosures, and delivering solutions in the field of loan modifications, and other areas at www.ny-bankruptcy.com.