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Over 28 Years
Fighting Credit Card Predators
Charles Juntikka & Associates, LLP (CJA Law) was founded by Charles Juntikka on July 3, 1984. Mr. Juntikka graduated from the University of Michigan in 1978 and from New York Law School in 1982. As a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, he has served on the Committee on Judicial Ethics.
Since Mr. Juntikka's firm was founded 28 years ago, it has grown into the largest filer of personal bankruptcies in the New York City area. The firm has filed the most personal bankruptcies in New York City for approximately twenty years in a row and has represented over twenty thousand clients.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FIRM
The Benefits of Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy can give you a fresh start by eliminating the legal requirement to pay your debts and stopping creditors from harassing you.
Bankruptcy law protects you and many of your possessions. At Charles Juntikka & Associates, we will help you understand all the ways the law protects you.
Can Be Eliminated?
Chapter 7 bankruptcy can eliminate most debts, including credit card debt, bank loans, medical bills, pay-day loans, and old utility bills.
In The News
Recognized as a leader in the fight for bankruptcy protections, Charles Juntikka has been quoted in Bloomberg Business and featured on NBC and in the New York Times.
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The New York Bankruptcy Laywers at Charles Juntikka & Associates, are well known for the spirit with which they represent their clients. Mr. Juntikka, along with his associate attorneys and staff enjoy using New York Bankruptcy law to eliminate their clients’ debts and to help them get a “fresh start.” They also advise and counsel their clients on how to rebuild their credit after bankruptcy. The staff at Mr. Juntikka’s firm derives real satisfaction from protecting financially pressed individuals in New York City that are being taken advantage of by high interest credit card companies and predatory lenders.
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