Orange County Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bilingual Bankruptcy Representation in and around Orange, Riverside and Los Angeles County, California
Deciding to file for bankruptcy is never easy. It is a difficult decision but, in most cases, it is the best option. To ensure that you have all of the important information you need so that you can make an informed decision, you should consult with a knowledgeable attorney. That is the service the law firm of Barrios & Machado performs for clients in Orange, Riverside and Los Angeles counties. Our firm is dedicated to providing you with the highest caliber of personal service and legal competence in this field of law. You can talk to an Orange County bankruptcy attorney at the firm who will evaluate your financial situation and needs, provide the guidance you need in deciding how best to handle it, and who will represent you from start to finish in any legal action.
Filing for bankruptcy can stop credit harassment, wage garnishments, lawsuits, repossession and foreclosure. Once your bankruptcy petition is filed, the stress and anxiety of trying to make ends meet in a state of growing insolvency will end. Your sleepless nights will be over; you will obtain the emotional and financial relief you need.
Many people mistakenly believe that a bankruptcy filing will ruin their credit forever or be a black mark on their character. Nothing could be further from the truth. You can successfully rebuild your credit after a bankruptcy with good financial planning. Millions of Americans have turned to bankruptcy as the best solution to financial distress, especially since the recent recession.
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Bankruptcy Information Center
Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the easiest and quickest form of bankruptcy to complete. This type of filing is called a straight or liquidation bankruptcy which can wipe out most or all of your unsecured debt, such as credit card bills or medical or dental bills. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a reorganization of debt, which allows you repay your creditors through the courts over a 3 to 5 year period. Read more about
Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13.
Bankruptcy Process The bankruptcy process involves working with your attorney to gather all of the information necessary to file your petition, appearing in court to answer questions about your case or to handle any adverse actions from creditors, and receiving a judgment. Click here to read more about the
Creditor Harassment Harassment from creditors and collection agencies can turn your life into a nightmare. Fortunately, you are protected by both California and federal law from abusive or deceptive collection practices. Find out how you can end creditor harassment through bankruptcy or legal action. Read more about
Consult with an Orange County Bankruptcy Lawyer
If you are in financial trouble due to a job loss, wage reduction, divorce, illness, injury, loss of investment income, or through financial mistakes, get the help you need to restore your future and peace of mind. Our firm stands ready to help you with reputable and reliable legal representation.
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