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Christopher H McCormick

860-233-1271
Christopher H McCormick
Steier & McCormick
970 Farmington Avenue, Suite 205
West Hartford, CT 06107
www.ct-law.net
Phone: 860-233-1271

About Christopher H McCormick

I am primarily a real estate and bankruptcy attorney with offices in West Hartford and Avon, Connecticut. I also provide foreclosure defense legal services to my clients. Our firm website address is www.ct-law.net where you will find a more detailed profile of me and  explanation of my practice areas. I also have a blog titled Connecticut Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Defense Blog @ www.ctbkcyfcld... read more »

Biography

I am primarily a real estate and bankruptcy attorney with offices in West Hartford and Avon, Connecticut. I also provide foreclosure defense legal services to my clients. Our firm website address is www.ct-law.net where you will find a more detailed profile of me and  explanation of my practice areas. I also have a blog titled Connecticut Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Defense Blog @ www.ctbkcyfcldef.blogspot.com. 

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Christopher H McCormick -
Steier & McCormick
970 Farmington Avenue, Suite 205
West Hartford, CT 06107
www.ct-law.net
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 860-233-1271
  • Fax: 860-232-3789

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970 Farmington Avenue, Suite 205
West Hartford, CT 06107

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
BankruptcyP945.00%
Residential Real Estate LawS435.00%
Foreclosure DefenseS415.00%
Real Estate LawP45.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Connecticut Member in Good Standing 1985

Work Experience

Position Duration
Steier & McCormick, LLC 1995 – present

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
Unviversity of Connecticut School of Law Juris Doctorate 1985
Duke University Poli Sci BA 1982

Associations

Position Organization Duration
Member Attorney National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys 2010 – present

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Blogs

Connecticut Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Defense Blog

RSS iconBankruptcy and Foreclosure Defense blog with posts designed to provide helpful information in understandable terms to people facing financial problems by a Connecticut attorney.

Cram Down of First Mortgage in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Posted on Thursday, September 20th, 2018

     I have posted before about the more common strategy of stripping completely unsecured second mortgages in Chapter 13 bankruptcies to treat them as unsecured debts with the positive... [read more]

I Need to File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy When Should I File?

Posted on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

     The premise of this post is that the debtors in question need to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy to discharge their debts and focuses only on the timing of their bankruptcy filings. Also... [read more]

How to Avoid Unwanted Surprises at Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Creditor Meetings?

Posted on Thursday, June 15th, 2017

            It continues to surprise and dismay me what I observe at creditors meetings in Connecticut while I wait for my clients' cases to be called. Thi... [read more]

New Bill to Allow Bankruptcy Discharge of Student Loans Submitted to Congress

Posted on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

     H.R. 2366, the  Discharge Student loans in Bankruptcy Act was submitted by lead Congressman John Delaney (D-MD) this month. It is heralded as a bi-partisan effort, but only on... [read more]

FANNIE MAE and FREDDIE MAC Announce New Mortgage Modification Program for 2017 as HAMP Expires

Posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2016

          Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in January, 2017 will begin a program to aid homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments, the companies announced December 14, 20... [read more]

Do I Need to Reaffirm my Car Loan if I File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Connecticut?

Posted on Monday, April 18th, 2016

       In 2005 in an attempt to favor auto loan lenders Section 362 of  the bankruptcy code was amended to make redemption or reaffirmation of auto loans a necessary requireme... [read more]