Fairfield County Bankruptcy Lawyer
Connecticut Stockbroker Fraud & Debt Relief Attorney
Edward W. Vioni, Attorney at Law, LLC, is firmly focused on providing the high-caliber legal counsel and representation that clients require. Clients include investors, debtors and mortgage holders. In the face of stockbroker fraud or consideration of bankruptcy, you can trust Mr. Vioni to deliver what is most needed for your case. With more than 30 years as a member of good standing with the Connecticut Bar, Mr. Vioni is prepared to address the most critical issues with confidence and skill.
Contact Edward W. Vioni, Attorney at Law, LLC, to schedule a consultation regarding any of the following:
Stock Broker Fraud: A review of your situation in light of what the law has to say about regulating the people who handle stocks and financial products is an important first step toward discovering a legal remedy to address your losses. Litigation may be that remedy.
- About stock broker fraud: This page gives an extensive overview of some of the most common mistakes and misdealings that investors often fall prey to.
- Stock broker fraud or misrepresentation: When it comes to "bad luck" in the stock market, there are actually very few "rude surprises." Most failures can be prevented through due diligence. A stockbroker who commits fraud or misrepresents the nature of a stock offering is simply negligent — or worse.
- Failure to diversify: Did your stockbroker or financial adviser urge you to put "all your eggs in one basket," which then broke into pieces? Failure to diversify is a fundamental failure in financial strategy.
- Breach of fiduciary duty: A stockbroker, a brokerage or a financial adviser has a duty of care to clients whose future livelihoods may be on the line. If you were led astray by the professionals you put your trust in and lost a great deal in the process, it is appropriate to hold them accountable.
- Criminal Defense: When you are being investigated or have been charged with a crime, having an experienced criminal defense attorney advocate for your rights can make all the difference.
- Bankruptcy overview: Explore the topic of bankruptcy while considering whether it is right for you in light of your circumstances.
- Chapter 7: If most of your debt is in the form of consumer debt such as credit card account balances and if you qualify for Chapter 7, you may have the opportunity to have most or all of your debts discharged.
- Chapter 13: If your income and assets make you ineligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, then debt reorganization through Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the route you should follow.
- Bankruptcy exemptions: Many people put off filing bankruptcy because they are afraid of losing assets. In fact, state or federal bankruptcy exemptions enable many bankruptcy filers to keep most or all assets.
- Foreclosure defense: Discuss with a knowledgeable Fairfield County bankruptcy attorney the best strategies for keeping your home or business property. There is usually a good alternative to foreclosure if it is truly in your best interest to hold onto a piece of real estate.
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Edward W. Vioni, Attorney at Law, LLC can provide answers to even your most complex legal questions. Call or email the law firm to schedule a consultation with a Connecticut stockbroker fraud or bankruptcy lawyer.