Do I Need a San Fernando Valley Bankruptcy Lawyer?
It's true, you could fill out all of the forms and file your own bankruptcy papers. You've probably seen people on the news defend themselves in court against serious charges too, but it's rarely advisable.
Unfortunately, with the passage of the "Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005", the days of do-it-yourself bankruptcy are effectively over. Thanks to the powerful banking and credit card lobbyists, Congress has made the laws more complex, severely limited the options for consumers in trouble, and added stringent requirements that you must meet in order to file for bankruptcy.
However, it costs you nothing to meet with us to learn about your options and seek advice on what is best for your situation. One of our goals at the initial meeting is to try and alleviate fear and anxiety, and you are under no obligation to use our services after that meeting. There are many instances when we advise our clients against filing for bankruptcy, and we can point out viable bankruptcy alternatives that may be best for your situation.
We invite you to contact our San Fernando Valley bankruptcy attorneys today and explore how you can get a financial fresh start!