What Are Your Options?
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Known widely as "liquidation" or "straight bankruptcy", Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides filers with protection from their creditors and relief from many of the debts that have overwhelmed and burdened them. It will allow you to clear most of your outstanding debts quickly and get a fresh start in your financial life.
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 bankruptcy, often called "wage-earners bankruptcy", provides a person with a way to achieve a new start, but requires the filer to pay off some of their outstanding debts. Click here to read more.
Debt settlement is a process in which your attorney contacts each of your creditors and negotiates a settlement with them that consists of a portion of the total debt owned. It is a complex process that is best managed by competent financial professionals with a proven track record. Click here to read more.
Insurance companies are designed to protect your home and business in case of emergencies, such as a storm, fire or break-in. In good faith, you've paid for your policy - and you expect the insurance company to honor their obligation. Click here to read more.
You are the person who is ultimately responsible for the accuracy of your credit report. The Fair Credit Reporting Act allows you to contact the three credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, on your own to dispute any items on your credit report. Click here to read more.
It is the legal right of creditors to collect debts owed to them. Harassing or threatening those who owe these debts is not legal. In today's economy millions of people have fallen behind on paying their bills because of job loss, pay cuts, financial emergencies or overuse of available credit. Creditors do not have the right to abuse these individuals and can be silenced. Click here to read more.
Foreclosure is the legal process by which a lender reclaims a home or property to recoup the outstanding balance on a mortgage or loan. The property is sold, usually at auction, and the proceeds of the sale are used to settle the debt. Click here to read more.
Short Sale Negotiation
Price Law Group offers experienced legal representation to homeowners and Realtors®/brokers in California who are faced with the legally complex short sale process. It only takes one phone call to have a skilled short sale lawyer from our firm by your side. Click here to read more.
A loan modification is a process by which new terms are worked out on an existing loan agreement. It can be applied to almost any situation in which you have borrowed money. It takes time, perseverance and dedication to negotiate a loan modification. Click here to read more.
In the current economy where more and more companies have been closing, and workers have been laid off it has become a challenge for many individuals to just be able to pay for food, shelter and clothing and the payment of certain bills. It is unfortunate that back owed taxes sometimes become a last priority. At some point this issue must be dealt with.
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