San Diego, 92101
CA, United States
Our law office has locations in San Diego, Vista, and Los Angeles. We guide individuals throughout the Southern California area through each step of the bankruptcy process. In helping many clients successfully navigate these issues, we have acquired the reputation as a firm that can help return you to a place of financial stability.Contact our law firm today to determine how we can help resolve your financial obstacles.
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If you want to choose the best San Diego bankruptcy lawyer services for the successful filing, you must spend some of your time in the courts, where you will find the best bankruptcy lawyer who can help you in the successful filing.
If you are experiencing financial distress, the Bankruptcy Law Center will meet with you to provide to help. We will analyze your case and determine if bankruptcy is an appropriate solution for you. If bankruptcy is a good choice, our law firm will meet with you to discuss the process of filing for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. While Chapter 7 allows individuals discharge many types of unsecured debts, Chapter 13 allows debtors to pay off a portion of debt over a period of three to five years.
Our law firm can help you with various areas related to bankruptcy, which includes:
Collection Disputes and Defenses
Fair Debt Buyers Collection Act
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Our legal counsel is dedicated to helping respond to financial hardships. Our bankruptcy attorneys have helped many individuals who have faced similar situations. Contact our law firm today at 1-800-551-7922 to obtain the assistance of seasoned legal counsel. To obtain a free initial consultation, contact the Bankruptcy Law Center today.
"Harassment from creditors can take many forms. Creditors have been known to make incessant phone calls, threaten individuals, tell others about a person’s debts, and take various other types of aggressive actions to make a person pay outstanding debts. If you have experienced this type of behavior, you should immediately consult with an attorney at the Bankruptcy Law Center who can help protect your rights.