Kyle L. Mastro - Attorney at Law
Kyle L. Mastro - Attorney at Law

Kyle L. Mastro - Attorney at Law

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Introduction: Bankruptcy offers an oppurtunity for clients to get a fresh start or a structured repayment, depending on the type of Bankruptcy. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy offers people suffering under oppressive credit cards, medical bills or personal loans to get free and clear from the debt. Basically we file documents with the federal court asserting your bankruptcy rights (known as a bankruptcy petition), the total process takes only a couple months and at the end of the process your debts are discharged, meaning there is an order from a federal judge that these debts cannot be collected. This includes any prior judgements that have been entered against you. All collection calls and letters will stop and it will give you a fresh start. A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a little different. This is primarily designed for people who have gotten behind on their property taxes or mortgage. Their property is in danger of being foreclosed upon and the mortgage company won't negotiate. A Chapter 13 stops the foreclosure and forces the mortgage company to enter a 5 year repayment plan. You will spend 5 years making monthly payments to the court, and at the end of the 5 years, your debt will be paid off. Chapter 13 is occasionally used by large income people, to force a repayment on unsecured debt. If you're suffering from debt collection, either harassing phone calls, lawsuits or foreclosure. Give my office a call - when you call you talk to ME, not a receptionist or an answering service. We'll have a confidential talk about your financial situation and I'll tell you your options.
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Hired 2 times

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12 years in business

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Nicole B.
Jun 10, 2014
When my husband received his 2nd DUI, I didn't know where to turn. I was completely overwhelmed, and knew we could not afford it. I stumbled upon Kyle Mastro and was shocked that he had a $850 flat fee rate for DUI cases. Not only is this price aggressively cheap, it was hard to believe. So, I called to verify. It was accurate. I sent Kyle the details about the case, and he wrote me a comprehensive email explaining our options. This was before even hiring him! I knew from that moment on, this was the guy we were going to hire. Kyle made 3 court appearances with my husband, and sit this was not your typical cut and dry DUI case, Kyle eventually got the DUI dropped! I cannot say enough good things about him. He was knowledgeable, ON TIME, quick to respond, and always kept us in the loop. He took the time to explain every possible outcome, and did not make false promises! I will never be able to give Kyle the true Thank you he deserves! Amazing attorney!
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Megan J.
Oct 24, 2011
Kyle Mastro took every opportunity to keep me informed, comfortable and confident. He handled my debt collection case with integrity and confidence. I will never search for another attorney, I have his phone number on speed dial(and he actually answers every time I call.) He answered every question I asked (I asked alot) and always went above any beyond. I am so happy he was able to help me in such a rough time in my life. He spend more time and effort on my case than any lawyer I have ever encountered! Thank you Kyle Mastro! Sincerely, Megan
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Hector H.
Apr 27, 2019
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FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    I'd like to explain how a retainer works, as this is an area where may people get confused. Retainers are not the same as flat payments. Retainers are an amount given to an attorney in advance from which earned payments are drawn against. For instance, if you give a 1500 dollar retainer and your attorney is billing at 150 dollars an hour. That would mean your attorney could bill for 10 hours work before requiring another retainer.

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    Most of the work that I do is in the courtroom. I rarely report directly to my office. Generally it's court first, office second. As such, most of my work involves litigation. Be it Civil, Criminal or Family law - I'm happiest in the courtroom.

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    Come in with an idea of what your goals are. I don't have a crystal ball or magic wand, but if you come in with a realistic goal I can do my best to make sure that goal is reached.

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