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STOP FORECLOSURE, WAGE GARNISHMENT, REPOSSESSION, COLLECTION CALLS AND DEBT COLLECTORS!
Is a creditor foreclosing on your house or garnishing your wages? Has your auto lender threatened or attempted repossession? Do you receive unsolicited calls from creditors and collection agencies? Stop it all now!
Foreclosure, wage garnishment or vehicle repossession can be stopped (or temporarily delayed) by filing a bankruptcy petition. In fact, upon the filing of a bankruptcy case, all creditors (under most circumstances) are prohibited from continuing with foreclosure, wage garnishment and repossession by the automatic stay which is issued by the court.
ELIMINATE DEBT AND GAIN A FRESH START!
The Bankruptcy Code still allows you to eliminate most debt by filing a bankruptcy case. Once the bankruptcy court issues a discharge injunction in your case, a creditor is no longer allowed to collect a debt that you acquired prior to the filing of your bankruptcy case. You will be given a fresh start and a new financial life!
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Chapter 7 cases start as low as $1,500 (not including the court filing fee and credit counseling courses required under the Bankruptcy Code).
Although our fee may be higher than other firms, we offer the best value in Southern California because our attorneys will handle ever stage of your case. In fact, you'll meet with a bankruptcy attorney each time you have an appointment or need a question answered.
REMEMBER: The old adage that "you get what you pay for..." applies to law as it does anything else!!! Be sure you receive the expert advice you need from a bankruptcy attorney, not a paralegal or legal secretary, so that you are well informed at each juncture and to ensure that you obtain a discharge of your debt.
THE NEW BANKRUPTCY LAW
On October 17, 2005, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act became law governing all consumer and commercial bankruptcy cases filed on or after October 17, 2005. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act is an amendment to the United States Bankruptcy Code found in Title 11 of the United States Code.
The intended effect of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act was to limit the ability of individuals to file for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. However, most people in Southern California still qualify for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection.
YOU CAN STILL FILE BANKRUPTCY UNDER THE NEW LAW!
Under current Bankruptcy Law, individuals are still permitted to file bankruptcy cases (absent a prior restriction on filing instituted by the bankruptcy court). More importantly, individuals seeking to qualify for bankruptcy protection need only meet certain minimal criteria.
If you qualify, the bankruptcy attorneys at the Goodrich Law Corporation will assist you with filing a bankruptcy case in the Southern California area (including Orange County, Los Angeles and Riverside).
A FREE twenty minute review of your finances by a bankruptcy attorney is all that is necessary for us to determine if you qualify for bankruptcy relief. It's that easy!
***Even if you choose to not use the Goodrich Law Corporation for your legal services, please be advised that the changes to the Bankruptcy Law make it very difficult to file and maintain a bankruptcy case without representation by a bankruptcy attorney. It is imperative that you seek the advice of legal counsel before you file bankruptcy. Without such advice, your case may be dismissed or you may not receive a discharge of debt.
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Legal disclaimer: We are a debt relief agency. We help people file bankruptcy petitions to obtain relief under the bankruptcy code.