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Tina Fryling: Attorney at Law in Erie, Pennsylvania

Attorney Tina Fryling promises to provide you with the easiest, most affordable, and most personalized legal service possible. She is a licensed Pennsylvania bankruptcy attorney who specializes in helping clients with Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy needs. She has protected hundreds of people from losing their homes, cars, and personal property while putting an end to creditor harassment.

Why work with Attorney Tina Fryling?

  • Deep roots in the Erie community and over 20 years of experience in the Erie legal community.
  • Personalized, compassionate attention throughout the legal process.
  • Her practice puts a human face on tough challenges, helping clients find the most effective solutions to resolving life's difficulties.

Attorney Tina Fryling Law Office in Erie, PA


Call/Text 814-450-5161 to schedule your Free 30-minute consultation with Tina, or

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Tina is professional, kind, & very respectful. She takes time to thoroughly explain the judicial system & leaves nothing to speculation. If this is your first time needing an attorney, she is perfect.
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What should I bring to my initial consultation appointment?

Please bring any relevant documentation to your first appointment, so Tina can get a good idea of the status of your case. For example, if you are filing for bankruptcy, please bring a list of your outstanding creditors, your current income information, and any other paperwork that could have a bearing on your case. For criminal charges, divorce, or custody cases, bring any legal paperwork that you may have received. Names and addresses of other involved parties are also helpful. And for wills, powers or attorney, or living wills, bring a list of items you wish to disperse and the names/addresses of those you wish to empower.

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