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New Hampshire attorneys keenly focused on bankruptcy and small business issues


Legal leadership refined over 30 years

Since 1995, the firm has been resolving legal issues for New Hampshire businesses. Edmond J. Ford has an extensive record of success, appearing in over 9,000 cases in State and Federal courts.

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The authority in New Hampshire bankruptcy and business law 


We know bankruptcy and business law. It is what we do, and we pride ourselves in being trusted by our clients and respected by the courts in these important matters.


Our clients are businesses, financial institutions, bankruptcy trustees, as well as individuals—both creditor and debtor side, including:


  • Chapter 11 Debtors-in-Possession

  • Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 trustees

  • Individuals in Chapter 7, 12  and 13 bankruptcy

  • Business negotiations with the IRS


New Hampshire's dedicated legal team

Getting you what you deserve—what is right. That is our primary commitment to you and each of our clients. We work tirelessly, combining our extensive expertise and experience to solve from the most seemingly simple to the most complex matters. That is our promise—and more, that is our purpose.


Undivided commitment to getting you what is fair

The firm’s team offers you complete focus on solving the business problems of bankruptcy and troubled debt. With our Super Lawyers rating to prove it, we have a commitment to business and bankruptcy law and we provide our clients a unique level of service.

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News & Publications


Developments in Discharge and Dischargeability Litigation

Dischargeability Litigation

By Edmond J. Ford


Learn about the fundamentals of dischargeability litigation and keep up with recent developments.


New Hampshire Bar Association News

Bankruptcy, Wages, and Employment Issues

By Ryan M. Borden & Richard K. McPartlin


What can an employee do if they discover their employer is filing bankruptcy? There are some protections.


American Bankruptcy Institute Journal

Trustee Sales in The First Circuit

By Edmond J. Ford


In In Re Traverse, the First Circuit announced a rule that a homestead encumbered by an avoided mortgage cannot be sold by a trustee unless there is equity beyond the homestead amount. But a trustee may be able to overcome that opinion.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.