Alternatives to Bankruptcy
Alternatives to Bankruptcy in California
Our Chico Attorneys Will Explain Alternatives to Bankruptcy
When filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy are not feasible options, various alternatives to bankruptcy exist to assist those who are burdened by overwhelming debt or threatened with the loss of those things they have worked so hard for. The most effective way to explore your options and find out what is best for your particular situation is to discuss your financial issues with a highly skilled Chico bankruptcy lawyer.
There are several ways that debts can be made more manageable such as:
- Loan modification
- Debt settlement
- Debt consolidation
- Debt negotiation
- Short sale of property
- Deed in lieu
Chico Bankruptcy Law Firm: We Can Help You
For proficient guidance and representation in any type of debt management, the legal team of The Law Office of Nikki Farris can help. Our family run business has extensive experience in both bankruptcy and debt relief and is prepared to provide you with the strong advocacy you need and deserve. With several years of representing clients and helping them to become debt free, we know how to gauge what the best course of action will be for those facing repossession, foreclosure, wage garnishment, lawsuits and the stress of creditor harassment.
You do not have to live with the constant feeling that you are in over your head and there is little hope of ever getting ahead. There are many people who have been stuck in similar situations that have made brighter futures for themselves and their families. We are here to get you started and moving through the solution that is most workable in your circumstances, so you can get control of your financial problems and past them.
Contact a Butte County bankruptcy attorney at our firm now for debt solution recommendations for your financial situation.
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