California Bankruptcy Attorney - Debtor Laws
When filing for bankruptcy in California, there are two concepts to keep in mind: transparency and complete disclosure. You must be completely transparent about any past financial dealings that could impact your bankruptcy, and you must disclose any and all financial transactions, assets, or holdings that are subject to bankruptcy law. If you can follow these two best practices, then you will fully comply with the debtor laws that are in place for California bankruptcy filing.
Most individuals who run into problems when filing for bankruptcy on their own do so because they fail to include all of the necessary information on their bankruptcy filing. Leaving out even one account, even if it is unintentional, can leave your case open to dismissal by the bankruptcy judge. And any omission of a creditor account could allow that creditor to continue to pursue collection activities after the bankruptcy is discharged.
Having a reputable California bankruptcy attorney can help with any issues of compliance that you may otherwise have. By retaining the services of a trusted, experienced California bankruptcy attorney, you put yourself in a better position when it comes to adherence to current bankruptcy laws. Our firm will go over your bankruptcy filing with you before it’s submitted to the courts. We will ask questions and tailor your bankruptcy filing to your particular situation, and we will help to ensure that you don’t forget about any relevant accounts or creditors in the process.
If you are concerned about your financial health and are considering filing for bankruptcy, you owe it to yourself to get the best legal representation possible. Our firm has years of experience representing clients throughout California in bankruptcy cases that run the gamut of complexity. From simple Chapter 7 liquidation to complex Chapter 9 municipal restructuring, our firm has handled it all successfully. Contact us today and arrange for your free, no obligation case evaluation. We can help you to understand how California bankruptcy can fit into an overall strategy of financial recovery and stability, no matter your circumstances.