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The Truth About Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can give you peace of mind by relieving you of most, if not all, of your debt. At the Law Offices of Brian A. Barboza, in Santa Rosa, California, we take pride in providing honest information and helping you make informed choices. That means, at the start of every case, we take the time to educate you about what bankruptcy can and cannot do. We will explain what kind of debt bankruptcy can eliminate, including credit card debt and medical bills.

We will explain what bankruptcy can stop, including:

  • Creditor harassment
  • Home foreclosure
  • Repossession of vehicles and other property
  • Credit card lawsuits
  • Liens, levies and garnishments

In short, we will explain how bankruptcy can help you get a fresh financial start, paving the way for a future where you can sleep easy without the weight of debt on your shoulders.

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Bankruptcy Has Some Limitations — Learn More About Them From Our Bankruptcy Debt Relief Attorney In Santa Rosa

As powerful as bankruptcy is, there are some debts that you may not be able to eliminate, such as student loans. We will educate you about which of your debts specifically may remain after the completion of your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Of course, it is important to keep in mind that although you will still have some debts, they will be much easier to handle with all of your other debt eliminated.

While bankruptcy has some limitations, some of the problems you may have heard about are actually bankruptcy myths that are not limitations at all. We will tell you about them.

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To learn more about your options through bankruptcy and other solutions to get the debt relief you need, schedule a free initial consultation with our attorney.

Schedule An Appointment To Learn More About Getting Out From Under Debt

Call us at 707-304-5251 to learn more.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.