Category Archives: Sacramento Bankruptcy Attorney

Looking for Sacramento Bankruptcy Information? You've Come to the Right Place

Sacramento Bankruptcy Information California

Sacramento Bankruptcy Information: Free Consultation’s Provided Requests for Sacramento bankruptcy information come through our website daily.  We get a lot of requests regarding fees, differences in the various bankruptcy chapters, length of time it takes, will it stop foreclosure, etc.We try to post a few times a week about the most common questions that people…

Divorce Related Bankruptcy

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Causes of Sacramento Bankruptcy: Divorce   Of the many causes for Sacramento bankruptcy, divorce has to be the most painful.  We handle bankruptcy and debt settlement for many individuals and families in the Sacramento and Riverside areas.  Most of the time we see people who have lost everything to layoffs and long-term unemployment, which are…

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Sacramento CA

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Sacramento Ca

People want to understand more about Chapter 7 bankruptcy/bankruptcy in Sacramento, CA. There has been some confusion in our “Ask a Sacramento bankruptcy attorney” posts regarding this particular type of bankruptcy protection. In general, people want to know why we don’t advocate Chapter 7 bankruptcy as much as Chapter 13. Our answer is that we…

Using Your Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer to Halt Creditor Harassment

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Your Sacramento bankruptcy lawyer can help you stop creditor harassment, so use me.  That’s right.  Use me. As your attorney can I can be the intercessor between yourself and harassing credit agencies.  Acting as your agent I can negotiate nicely with your creditors or play hardball.  Unlike most of the people who call to threaten you…

Confessions of a Sacramento Bankruptcy Attorney

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As a Sacramento bankruptcy attorney I find that I am not only my client’s legal advocate in their debt relief and bankruptcy cases, but I am often asked to be a counselor and friendly ear. People who are struggling with debt feel an incredible amount of guilt.  This guilt often pushes them to keep pressing…