Free Initial Consultation
Riverside & Orange County Bankruptcy Attorney
You can receive a free initial PHONE or OFFICE consultation with Southern California Law Advocates’ founding attorney, Norma Duenas.
During your free initial consultation, we will review your current assets, income, budget and your previous financial circumstances.
Riverside and Orange County bankruptcy attorney, Norma Duenas will personally and confidentially explain to you (and your spouse if a couple) the bankruptcy process and answer any questions you may have about filing for bankruptcy. Moreover, if Ms. Duenas decides that bankruptcy is not the best choice for you, she will share other options you can explore to deal with the financial dilemma you find yourself in at this time.
Creditor Calls, Harassment Will STOP
If you decide to retain our law offices to file your bankruptcy case, then we will reach an agreement on attorney’s fees. Once you have retained our law firm you will be able to refer your creditor calls to our law office. That means that creditors who might be making your lives miserable by calling you at home, work, on your cell, mailing you, filing lawsuits against you –ALL of these collection activities can be directed to our law office and, by law, they MUST STOP contacting you.
Affordable Legal Services – Payment Plans
During your initial appointment we will also setup an affordable payment plan to pay your attorney’s fees and costs.
The founder of Southern California Law Advocates (SCLA), Orange County bankruptcy attorney Norma Duenas, is an experienced bankruptcy attorney who graduated from the University of San Diego Law School, Cum Laude. Ms. Duenas has handled hundreds and hundreds of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases – simple and complex.
Attorney Norma Duenas will make time to sit down with you personally if you call and schedule a free and confidential consultation.
If you need further assistance or to schedule a free phone or in-person consultation, please call us at 866-337-7220 or email us if calling us is not practical or it’s after hours.