Small firm, Mr. Engel's practice is predominately concerntrated in three areas one,... more
Small firm, Mr. Engel's practice is predominately concerntrated in three areas one, representing parents in contested dissolutions, two, third party custody disputes, and three, the intersection of bankruptcy and family law.
My practice concentrates on representing individual and business debtors, creditors (... more
My practice concentrates on representing individual and business debtors, creditors (both secured and unsecured), and Receivers in cases filed under all chapters of the Bankruptcy Code and in the Washington Courts using the state receivership process. I have twenty seven years of significant bankruptcy experience. Before founding my own firm, I was Of Counsel and President of Crocker Law Gro... view profile
Richard J. Symmes, Esq. is a Seattle native and the principal attorney at Symmes Law... more
Richard J. Symmes, Esq. is a Seattle native and the principal attorney at Symmes Law Group, PLLC. Mr. Symmes currently focuses his practice on bankruptcy and debt settlement matters and is an experienced bankruptcy advocate, having filed and prepared numerous bankruptcy petitions prior to starting his own firm. Mr. Symmes is also well versed in business, trademark, and sports and enterta... view profile
Darrel B. Carter is a founding member or CBG Law Group, PLLC. Mr. Carter has a... more
Darrel B. Carter is a founding member or CBG Law Group, PLLC. Mr. Carter has a bankruptcy and tax practice. His particular focus is on bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy resolution of federal and Washington State tax controversies including audits, appeals, litigation and collection matters. Prior to becoming a member of CBG Law Group, PLLC, Mr. Carter practiced at Tax Attorneys, Inc. in Bell... view profile
If you owe money but need time to repay it, you may require the services of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the court appoints a trustee to help you straighten out your finances (sometimes called a financial reorganization). Unlike a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you are required to file a plan to pay off the money owed over a three-to-five-year period under the bankruptcy court's supervision. If you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, then both the courts and the creditors you owe will closely monitor your financial transactions, and an experienced Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney can help both debtors and creditors navigate the process.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorneys in cities near Medina, WA