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Bankruptcy Attorney Oceanside, San Diego

Bankruptcy Attorney Oceanside, San Diego

County Law Center does not charge for the initial consultation.

County Law Center is located just 10-15 minutes down the 5 from Oceanside in beautiful Carlsbad.

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When facing extreme financial issues, too much debt, harassment by creditors and threats of foreclosure, garnishment, repossession, liens/levies and more, it is important that you contact an Oceanside bankruptcy Attorney from County Law Center to help you in solving these problems quickly and effectively. If you are a business owner, an individual or you have a family, resolving extreme financial issues is an urgent matter. Without swift action, the problems tend to get worse. Procrastination just results in further trouble and stress.

Bankruptcy Attorney Oceanside, San Diego.

For over 20 years, County Law Center has been practicing law in both San Diego and Riverside Counties.  We have helped individuals, families and businesses with filing bankruptcies.  At County Law Center, we provide you with a free initial consultation to review your situation and discuss all possible options available to you, whether it be filing Chapter 7, Chapter 11, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  We can stop foreclosures, eliminate your debt and stop the harassing phone calls.

This can be a frightening and overwhelming time.  At County Law Center will do everything we can to make things easier on you.  Please call us today to schedule your free consultation.

The majority of people try their best to handle their debt obligations, but in many cases today it is just impossible. Using credit cards or draining your retirement accounts is probably not the best solution. It may be that filing for bankruptcy is the option that you need that will bring about the final and thorough resolution to this serious situation. Our legal team assists clients in any of the following types of serious financial problems:

  • Chapter 7 – Personal bankruptcy (consumer debt)
  • Chapter 13 – “Reorganization” bankruptcy
  • Chapter 11 – Business bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy Timeline
  • Bankruptcy Myths
  • Credit Counseling
  • Life After Bankruptcy
  • Creditor harassment
  • Types of Bankruptcy
  • How to Choose an Attorney
  • Oceanside bankruptcy Attorney
  • Bankruptcy Process
  • What Happens Next?
  • Means Test
  • Benefits of Bankruptcy
  • Alternatives to Bankruptcy

Initial Meeting:

County Law Center does not charge for the initial consultation.
During that free consultation, Marc A. Duxbury will give you a preliminary idea of what bankruptcy options are available to you.  He will explain about both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 and how they would work in your situation.  Although there will still be a lot more work to be done to complete your case analysis, he will probably be able to give you a fairly good idea of the cost.

The Bankruptcy Process:

Once you decide to hire County Law Center to assist you in filing your bankruptcy, we will then accept creditor calls on your behalf.  Once you have retained an attorney, creditors are no longer allowed to contact you.

bk oceansideWe provide our clients with a questionnaire to complete.  The questionnaire asks all of the questions required by the Bankruptcy Court.  Upon completion of the questionnaire and payment of your filing and attorney fees we begin to process your case. You are required to take a mandatory Credit Counseling course and provide our office with your certificate before we can file your case.  This course can be done either online or by telephone and takes approximately one hour.  Once we have prepared your official papers, you are able to review the final papers for accuracy, make any necessary changes and sign.  At that point, we will file your case at Bankruptcy Court and you are assigned an official bankruptcy case number.  Approximately 30 days after your case is filed you are required to attend a hearing with the bankruptcy trustee.  You must complete a mandatory Financial Management course within seven days of your hearing in order to receive a discharge of your debts.  This second mandatory course may also be completed online or by telephone.

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