Bankruptcy and General Practice

Bankruptcy Lawyer in New Paltz, Kingston, and Newburgh Assisting With Traffic Law and Injury Law

George C. Selby, Esq.



Servicing you and your case, personally and professionally

Located in New Paltz, NY, George C. Selby is your local attorney offering a variety of client-based legal services. This firm was founded on the idea that every client deserves a patient ear and an open mind. Your legal matter is important. Where other offices may shrug you off or lose your file in a sea of "bigger problems," this office can offer you confidence that your call will be returned and your questions will be answered. 

If your legal question does not fit into any of the areas of practice below, please contact our office. As an experienced general practice attorney, George C. Selby, Esq. can offer flexible help with many specified legal questions.

If you are considering filing bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 but you are afraid of the consequences, contact us for help. Often, clients facing debt for credit cards, foreclosures, vehicle loans, medical debt, or other debts believe that filing bankruptcy will ruin their financial life. After speaking with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, these clients are often pleased to discover that the benefits of the breathing room and blank slate they can receive make it worth filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Explore our Bankruptcy and Debt page for answers to common questions about filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, or simply call Selby Legal, PLLC, your bankruptcy resource in New Paltz, NY.

Get in touch with us to set up a free consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether our services are right for you.

One Free Phone Call With Selby Legal Can Save You Thousands

If you think you need an attorney, you probably have a lot of questions. It doesn’t make sense to hire a professional until you know that you need that service, and lawyers are no different. That’s why we offer free consultations to anyone to help them decide.

Sometimes, it might make sense to go to traffic court to deal with your speeding ticket without a lawyer. Likewise, bankruptcy isn’t automatically the best answer to someone’s financial problems. We can usually figure that out during a phone conversation, answering all the questions, including the expected price estimate, and agreeing on the best way forward. George C. Selby, Esq. is generous with his time up front because he wants to make sure every client is satisfied with the outcome.

Get in touch with us to set up a free consultation by clicking the button here or using the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether our services are right for you.




Main office:

243 Main Street, Suite 250
New Paltz, NY 12561

Newburgh office (by appointment only):

320 Robinson Ave., Suite 230, Newburgh NY 12550

Kingston office (by appointment only):

721 Broadway, Kingston NY 12401


(845) 419-3383


Areas of Practice

Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is for individuals or married couples facing debts which they are unable to pay due to a lack of disposable income. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy does not mean that you will lose all your assets, in fact most of our clients are able to retain their home, car, and household items. Selby Legal strives to make the bankruptcy filing process straightforward and easy for the client in order make Chapter 7 bankruptcy a nearly stress-free experience.

intellectual property

If you have questions relating to copyrights or trademarks, we can help. The process for filing these intellectual property (IP) protections can be daunting and time consuming, but we can take the mystery out of it. We can further assist in the protection of your IP by negotiating licensing agreements and prosecuting infringments.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is for clients who own substantial assets and have regular disposable income but face creditors' collections or foreclosures due to debts that they may have fallen behind on due to the ups and downs of normal life. Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows clients to set up a repayment plan to pay back certain debts yet still discharge credit card, medical, and other certain debts. Chapter 13 is very often used to help keep people in their homes when facing foreclosure

personal injury

If you have been injured in an accident of any kind, you need to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible to protect your claim. George C. Selby is experienced with guiding clients through this difficult time, and can personally assist you with the confusing world of insurance companies. For injury cases, there are no attorney's fees unless we win or settle your case.


Your home has been with you for years and now the bank will not accept your payments. You have just answered the door and been served with a foreclosure lawsuit. If this describes you, then we can help. We know what the bank is looking for and what can be done to keep you in your home. Where other firms may be limited to state court remedies, we may be able to explore options in federal court to keep you in your home.

criminal, dwi

Criminal offenses can have a long lasting effect on your life. Many clients contact private attorneys because they cannot afford to lose their license after a DWI/DUI, or they will lose their job if they are convicted. Having handled many criminal cases ranging from traffic tickets to felonies, George C. Selby can assist you during this frightening time of your life.


The leading rule for the lawyer, as for the man of every calling, is diligence.
— Abraham Lincoln


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