The Strength To Stand With You And Help You Back On Your Feet
Financial struggles are no mystery to a vast number of individuals, families and businesses throughout the United States. Foreclosure abuses and predatory lending have increased in recent years along with recession-level unemployment. Pair these trends with unexpected medical bills or a divorce and debt quickly becomes unmanageable, no matter how intent a person is on paying his or her loans in good faith.
Bankruptcy is nothing to be ashamed of. It is an opportunity for people to overcome unmanageable debts and rebuild a more stable financial life. At the Law Offices of Thomas P. Kelly III, we use bankruptcy strategically rather than as a last resort, taking the time to work with each of our clients on an individual basis so that their unique circumstances are addressed with concern for their future.
Santa Rosa bankruptcy attorney Thomas P. Kelly III has worked with clients from a wide range of backgrounds throughout Northern California. His career in Sonoma County was built on a genuine concern for residents of the community and confident referrals from satisfied clients. Ethics, integrity, experience and knowledge of bankruptcy law are the cornerstones of our practice and we hold strongly to those standards.
To reach an experienced lawyer who can walk you through the bankruptcy process with confidence, contact our firm online or by telephone at 707-584-6492. Debt relief solutions are just a phone call away.
True Debt Relief Solutions From An Experienced Napa, California, Attorney
Bankruptcy provides immediate relief to creditor issues without drawing you deeper into debt the way debt buyers or payday loan organizations do. Lasting solutions to creditor harassment, foreclosure, garnishments and property liens are just a conversation away.
Our firm can guide you through the bankruptcy process and answer your questions. For example:
- What are fair debt collections practices?
- How can bankruptcy help me with credit card debt?
- What do I do if I am facing wrongful foreclosure?
- Should I file for bankruptcy before or after divorce?
- What possessions can I keep through bankruptcy?
- What is the automatic stay?
- What is a discharge of debts?
- What are bankruptcy exemptions?
Contrary to popular belief, there is life after bankruptcy, and that life involves less stress and more freedom as you will be able to more effectively manage your debts. Do not wait to get the help you need.
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