Chapter 7 Bankruptcy In California
If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, we encourage you to contact our firm. At Bird & Van Dyke, we offer experienced legal representation in all areas of personal bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings.
We represent clients throughout the San Joaquin Valley including Alameda County, Oakland County and San Joaquin County. To schedule a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer at our firm, call 209-390-8877 to reach our law office in Stockton.
understands each case is different. The approach that works best for one client may not be the best approach for another client. To provide superior service to each client, listens carefully to clients and provides a detailed analysis of their financial situation. He discusses with clients the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies as well as bankruptcy alternatives.
What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Is It Right For Me?
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes referred to as a debt liquidation bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can eliminate and/or reduce many kinds of debt, including credit card balances, medical bills and other unsecured debts. A small number of debts, such as child support arrears, are not dischargeable by bankruptcy.
At your free consultation, we can discuss your eligibility for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Despite recent changes to bankruptcy laws which occurred in 2005, the great majority of people who visit our office are able to obtain relief either by a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Stop Creditor Harassment — Eliminate Debts — Get A Fresh Start
If you are drowning in debt and need help, contact our law offices to learn more about bankruptcy. Although bankruptcy is not right for everyone, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may help you to:
- Eliminate or reduce your debts
- Stop collection calls and creditor harassment
- Stop a wage garnishment
- Protect your personal property
- Avoid a vehicle repossession
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.