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Avvo - Rate your Lawyer. Get Free Legal Advice. Having to deal with harassing creditor calls and lawsuits is extremely stressful. Living under the constant threat of legal action, foreclosure, or a wage garnishment destroys your quality of life. Our Riverside and Orange County bankruptcy attorneys will help you take the necessary steps to stop creditor harrassment and eliminate your debts. You will meet with a bankruptcy attorney who wiill guide you through the bankruptcy process. Call us now for a free case evaluation at 951-241-8070. Get started with becoming debt free.

If you are strugging to decide whether bankruptcy is a good option for your situation, it is important to get the right information. There are many mythis about bankruptcy, that stop people from filing bankruptcy. It is important to understand how Chapter 7 bankruptcy can eliminate credit card debt, medical bills and stop lawsuits. It is an important debt elimination tool that can help you rebuild your financial future. Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can stop any pending lawsuits, wage garnishments and future creditor contact.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help homeowners who are facing a pending foreclosure. It provides homeowners with the opportunity to repay their mortgage arrears over a 3 to 5 year term. It also offers homeowners the opportunity to remove a second mortgage from their home. Through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, any pending foreclosure is immediately stopped and a payment plan is proposed to creditors, including your home mortgage. Our experienced lawyers will explain how Chapter 13 bankruptcy works and how the monthly payment is calculated.

We have helped hundreds and families and individuals rebuild their financial future through eliminating debts from repossessions, foreclosure, medical bills and credit cards. Our experienced Orange County bankruptcy attorneys will review your facts and provide you with the different options available to resolve your financial situation.

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SCLA is a consumer bankruptcy law firm representing clients throughout Southern California in filing for bankruptcy. Our experienced lawyers will represent you in filing your Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. Put your trust and confidence in a law firm that is focused on addressing your concerns and resolving your situation.

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