San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyers -
San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys.

Are you eligible to file Chapter 7?

San Diego, California Bankruptcy Attorneys

logoDoan Law Firm, LLP, 760-746-4476
320 E 2nd Ave, 108, Escondido, CA 92025 USA
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logoSan Diego Bankruptcy Pros, 619-881-0020
3160 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 309, San Diego, CA 92108 USA
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logoPrice Law Group, 1-866-210-1722
7373 University Avenue, Suite 115, La Mesa, CA 91941 US
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Many people in San Diego are under severe stress because they cannot pay their debts. There are many reasons for this; a job loss, a company going out of business, high medical debts or even getting in over your head while you were still young and learning how to manage your finances. All people have a strong obligation to pay their debts and when they cannot it leads to severe stress, sleepless nights. Regretably there is also stress on the family.

You can take control of you debts and get a fresh financial start. The US bankruptcy law's main purpose is to give good hard working people the opportunity to erase their debts and start fresh.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy give you the cheapest and fastest way to erase you debts. You will be out of bankruptcy within 4 months. In most cases you will keep all your belongings.

To learn about how bankruptcy works and whether it is right for you please read the following:

  • FAQs.
  • Belongings that you keep
  • Do I qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
  • If you think this might work for you, the next step is to set up a FREE consultation with one of our San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyers. If you prefer, you can request a FREE evalustion over the phone.

    Our chapter 7 / chapter 13 insolvency lawyers are able to assist you with either chapter of the bankruptcy code. You will find these San Diego bankruptcy attorneys very knowledgible, caring and non-judgemental.

    If you want to pay off a little bit of the debt you owe to your creditors over a period of time, you might want to discuss a chapter 13 bankruptcy with the attorney during your confidential consultation meeting. When you file a bankruptcy under chapter 13 of the US Bankruptcy Code you can enter into a plan to repay a portion of your debt over a period of time from 36 to 60 months.