Bankruptcy Becoming an Option?
A Fresno bankruptcy lawyer can tell you that it's important for everyone to know their legal rights.
The U.S. Bankruptcy Code was created to protect people who have serious financial problems. In this country, people are not sent off to debtors' prison. We believe it is important to help those who are suffering under a huge load of debt.
Bankruptcy is your legal right.
Talk to a Fresno bankruptcy lawyer about your legal options today and to be provided with additional bankruptcy information.
Simply call toll free at 877-349-1309 or fill out the below form to get started.
Unfortunately there are many myths about filing bankruptcy. Below we try to defy a few of those myths.
"You can't afford to hire an attorney." Many bankruptcy lawyers offer affordable payment plans and you may be able to start your case for a small down payment.
In fact, if you file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganization case, you may be able to include your attorney fees in your plan and pay your Fresno bankruptcy attorney over a three to five year period. Talk to your attorney about fee options.
"A debt counseling service can eliminate my debts without the stigma of Chapter 7 or 13 on my record." This myth is a very dangerous one.
Debt counselors may not get rid of your debts, nor may they stop your creditors from harassing you. Debt counselors help you negotiate new terms on your existing debt with your creditors - your creditors may not have to agree to any restructuring and they may still come after you for any unpaid balances.
Furthermore, credit counselors may not have your best interests in mind - they may often be owned by the very creditors that are making your life miserable to begin with.
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