At Mary Stewart Law, PLLC, we pride ourselves on providing thoughtful, personalized service throughout the bankruptcy process.
During your first meeting, Mary will answer your questions, address your concerns, and review your options to determine whether a bankruptcy filing is an option for you. She will also advise you on how to deal with creditors and bill collectors until your case is filed.
If you decide to proceed with a bankruptcy filing, we will help you organize and assemble the paperwork needed to complete your petition. Rest assured we will keep you informed throughout the entire process and are always available by telephone or e-mail should questions arise.
About Mary F. Stewart, Esq. – Attorney at Law
Mary has been practicing consumer bankruptcy law since 1993. She has worked as a law clerk for two U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judges for the District of New Hampshire –the late, Honorable James E. Yacos, Chief Bankruptcy Judge, and the Honorable J. Michael Deasy. For much of her legal career, she has worked as a solo practitioner specializing in consumer bankruptcy issues. More recently, Mary has teamed with Attorney Krista Atwater on cases addressing mortgage lending abuses. In addition to her private practice, Mary is a independent contract attorney for the New Hampshire Bar Association Foreclosure Relief Project (www.nhfrp.net).
Mary is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (www.nacba.org), the National Association of Consumer Advocates (www.naca.net) and American Bankruptcy Institute (www.abiworld.org). She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Business and Economics from Lehigh University and her law degree with honors from Vermont Law School. Mary lives in Concord with her two children.