In the wake of struggling financially and trying to figure out your best options, you need a lawyer you can count on, someone who will work hard to make sure you’re clear about all your rights and responsibilities moving forward with a bankruptcy. You deserve to have a lawyer who will keep you informed from the moment you begin working together so that you know what to expect. When you’re in need of a fresh start, make sure you reach out to get help from an experienced bankruptcy lawyer as soon as possible to determine the right solution for you. We work hard on behalf of our Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients.
Before becoming a bankruptcy attorney, Joel spent more than a decade in the financial industry as a business analyst. Forced to change careers as a result of a tough economy, Joel finished law school and dedicated his life to helping people who are going through some of the hardest times of their lives. Through his own personal and professional experiences, Joel can help you work toward becoming debt free.
You know when you’re in over your head that it can feel like you have nowhere to turn. The law may be on your side. Bankruptcy helps you wipe the slate clean so you can work toward a more empowered financial future.
Taking the right steps to establish this future is critical when you find yourself in this situation. When it’s time to stop the harassment, the debt collection, and the threat of lawsuits, you can protect yourself by consulting with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer right away. There is a better way, and help could be just around the corner.
When we finally realized we were in over our heads with debt, it was embarrassing and very stressful! Joel led us through a process which was clear and easy to understand. We are now out of bankruptcy and have a better understanding of how to stay out of it in the future!
Once you get through bankruptcy and make smart decisions with your money, the path to better credit opens up so that you can move on from your financial past.
After bankruptcy and some time spent fixing your credit, you may be able to buy a car so you won't be lacking essential transportation.
With responsible financial activity, your credit may even allow you to buy a house just a few years after filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in California.