How Bankruptcy Can Bring Relief
Finances can have an impact on every part of your life. When you’re struggling to keep your head above water, it’s important to remember that you have options. The Law Office of Robert Rodriguez has helped clients throughout California to find the light at the end of the tunnel.
What You Need To Know
Many people are unaware of their rights and simply don’t know how to move forward. Discussing the possibilities with an experienced attorney is the best step you can take. There are many different solutions, and we can help you make informed decisions. Specifically, we help with three different types of bankruptcy:
- Chapter 7: This allows you to eliminate your debt and start with a clean slate. Your assets are sold in order to pay creditors, and the remainder of your bills can be erased. The drawback is that this has a major impact on your credit score, which can influence your ability to make big purchases in the future.
- Chapter 11: Used by businesses, the goal is to reorganize your company and cut costs. It allows you to stay open while repaying creditors. Instead of selling off your assets, you come up with a payment plan.
- Chapter 13: Similar to Chapter 11, this form of bankruptcy is used on a personal level. You are not required to sell your possessions and, instead, come up with a plan to pay off debt over time. This can be done over three to five years, depending on what the court decides.
You may not know what route is best for you. That’s where we step in. We are here to provide answers to the most complicated situations. Trust a firm that can answer your questions and guide you in the right direction.
Don’t Wait; Call Today
It’s normal to want to move on with your life and leave the stress of your finances in the past. We help clients in the East Bay San Francisco area as well as the Central Valley. To schedule a consultation, call 925-478-5558 today or fill out our contact form. Se habla español.
*We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.