Filing Bankruptcy is More Common That You Think
Filing bankruptcy is more common than most people realize. There used to be a negative connotation
connected with filing bankruptcy however this is no longer the case. Due
to the current economic climate, it is becoming more and more commonplace
for both individuals and businesses to file. It does not mean that you
have failed. It simply means that you are in a position where you need
assistance getting back on your feet and desire a fresh start financially.
A qualified San Diego bankruptcy lawyer will be able to competently
advise you on the best course of action for your circumstances.
According to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, in 2009, there
were a total of 1,473,675 bankruptcy filings in the United States. In
2010, there were 1,593,081 filings. This is an increase of 8% from 2009.
If you exclude the number of business filings, over a million individuals
filed for bankruptcy last year. In our state, there were 260,210 filings
submitted. If you are seriously considering
bankruptcy as a solution to your financial troubles, you are not alone.
Call San Diego Legal Pros
today at (888) 875-9190.
We are here for you every step of the way.
Why hire a San Diego bankruptcy attorney?
Bankruptcy may not be
right for you. At San Diego Legal Pros, we will take the time to go over your entire
financial situation with you and inform you of
alternatives to bankruptcy that may work for you. You may be qualified to have your debts
In the event that bankruptcy would
benefit you, we would like to offer our assistance. While it is not mandatory
to have a lawyer file bankruptcy for you, it is certainly
advisable. Consider the following reasons to hire our firm:
We know the
procedures and have proven ourselves successful for our clients time and time again.
- We treat our clients with the respect that they deserve during this troubling time.
- We make ourselves available at all times for consistent communication.
free case evaluations so you can better understand your situation.
Contact a San Diego bankruptcy attorney
if you have any questions concerning whether bankruptcy is right for you.