Legal Advice for Bankruptcy Process — 38 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey L Smoot, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Issuance of a Writ of Garnishment Once you have a judgment, and after the applicable stay of execution has passed (10 days in superior court, 30 days in district court), you can start the... more
Written by attorney A. Todd Laster, 3 months ago.
When dealing with mounting debt, collection phone calls, lawsuits, repossessions, garnishments, or foreclosures, it is easy to get overwhelmed to the point of paralysis. The bankruptcy... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 10 months ago.
. . Bankruptcy is a good option when a person is at the point where they are significantly in debt and are using their credit cards to pay for basic living necessities, like food and rent.... more
Written by attorney Christopher Lee, about 3 years ago.
Unfortunately, it is true that most people know very little about the bankruptcy process aside from any misconceptions or myths that are circulating. Anyone considering filing for... more
Written by attorney T Dougherty, over 3 years ago.
The first step:
The first step is to call our office at 831-783-3440 and set an appointment. Our receptionist will ask you to bring in information such as pay stubs, taxes, and mortgage... more
Written by attorney Henry Rothrock, almost 2 years ago.
In determining where to file bankruptcy and what property you are allowed to keep, you must look at where you currently live, how long you have lived there, and where your assets are... more
Written by attorney Rami N. Nabi, over 2 years ago.
Step 1: Find an attorney
It is important that you find an attorney that practices bankruptcy law in your district. Whether it be Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County or Riverside. A... more
Written by attorney Scott Lemke, almost 5 years ago.
What are the warning signs of financial disaster? -Borrowing money to cover your usual monthly bills; -Using credit cards to pay for medical bills or utilities; -Transferring credit card... more
Written by attorney Marc Wagman, almost 3 years ago.
When considering the option of filing for bankruptcy to relieve your debt it will be crucial that you understand the process and all that comes with it. In so doing, you will be better... more
Written by attorney Charles Leftwich, over 1 year ago.
PURPOSE: To provide clients with a general overview of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process. A better understanding promotes better communication between you, your attorney and your bankruptcy... more