Take Advantage Of Bankruptcy For A Fresh Start
If you are struggling to pay your debts or creditors are threatening you with garnishment, foreclosure or repossession, bankruptcy could be the opportunity you need to gain a fresh start. At the Law Office of Daniel J. DeRienzo, we provide experienced and compassionate representation for people considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Following an economic downturn, catastrophic medical event, or a major life change event many people struggle to pay their bills and care for their families. You need to care for your family before you repay credit card bills. Bankruptcy gives people the chance to discharge their debt and begin life anew.
Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
When our clients come to our office for their consultations, they meet with our bankruptcy attorney, Daniel DeRienzo. Working directly with him through every stage of the process, Mr. DeRienzo discusses whether bankruptcy would best serve his clients and explains the bankruptcy process. Mr. DeRienzo attends the creditors meetings with his clients. By delivering personalized service and being accessible to his clients, our clients know that they have an excellent advocate dedicated to supporting them.
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, many debts are discharged at the end of the case, which could include medical bills, credit card debt and other consumer debts. Furthermore, as soon as you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes in to effect, which stops creditors from calling and stalls any foreclosure, repossession or lawsuits against you.
Contact Your Yavapai County Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
When you have mounting bills, it can be tough to consider hiring a bankruptcy lawyer. At the Law Office of Daniel J. DeRienzo, we have reasonable rates and excellent service. We will help you protect your property during your bankruptcy case, and help you get the discharge you need to start fresh. We offer sound, professional and understanding advice to make you feel comfortable during this difficult time.
Contact us online or call us at 928-444-8377 to schedule a consultation with a Prescott Valley bankruptcy law attorney.