You never thought it would come to this - but it has. Maybe you've always managed your debts carefully. However, you're somehow drowning in debt that you'll never be able to repay. Month after month, you watch your interest rise higher and higher while your income stays the same. Now you're considering any options - including bankruptcy. You're not alone. More than 700,000 Americans declare bankruptcy each year. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one of the most common and effective types of debt elimination for both corporate entities and individuals. However, filing chapter 7 bankruptcy can also be a difficult task for those who aren't familiar with it. If you're in the Sacramento County, CA area, call the attorneys of the Stutz Law Office to help you file your Chapter 7 bankruptcy claim. We offer free credit checks and consultations to each client to assess the facts of your case.
If you have any questions for an attorney about the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process, call the Stutz Law Office. Our bankruptcy lawyer, attorney Matthew Decaminada, has significant experience handling bankruptcy cases. For more than two years, he handled bankruptcies for a multi-state law firm. His background in bankruptcy law makes him a potent ally for anyone who needs reliable, competent debt relief advice. Call the Stutz Law Office today to schedule a free consultation with Matthew and get your bankruptcy questions answered.
Bankruptcy used to be a four-letter word among financial circles. However, with the average American's debt increasing in recent decades, some debtors are viewing bankruptcy is a tool to escape debt that they'll never be able to pay.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is also called "liquidation bankruptcy." That's because it involves selling off all your assets and using the proceeds to pay back your unsecured debtors. Unsecured debts include any type of credit without a material asset backing it. For example, some unsecured debts include:
Joshua passed the bar in 2017 and worked as an associate attorney practicing family law at a medium-sized firm. His responsibilities included managing more than 50 family law cases at once. He departed the firm after observing the company placing more importance on profits than people and founded the Stutz Law Office shortly after.
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