Due to the current state of the economy, more and more individuals, businesses and families are facing serious financial issues. This causes considerable stress and the need to determine what options are available to deal with these financial issues. If you have questions or concerns about finances and how to handle debt, turn to a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney at the Law Offices of Elliott Abrams.

For more than three decades, clients have trusted their bankruptcy and other legal needs to our firm and attorney Elliott Abrams. Personally handling clients' cases and concerns, Mr. Abrams is involved at every stage of our clients' bankruptcy cases from filing to discharge.

Contact a skilled Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney today to further discuss your specific bankruptcy situation.

Chapter 7 Lawyer Serving Oakland, Walnut Creek and the Surrounding Areas

Below are some of the types of bankruptcy and many of the issues that are often handled in conjunction with a bankruptcy case:

  • Chapter 7: debt discharge and fresh start
  • Discharge of taxes
  • Foreclosure
  • Repossession of cars and other property
  • Wage garnishment
  • Creditor harassment
  • Asset liquidation

Credit Counseling

As part of the new bankruptcy law, individuals must complete credit counseling before they can file for Chapter 7 . This was ostensively implemented to deny relief under Chapter 7 and instead only offer relief under Chapter 13 for those persons who appear through the mechanical "means test" able to make some repayment to their creditors.

Contact a Well-Respected Walnut Creek Bankruptcy Lawyer

Contact our California bankruptcy law office at 925-947-1333 for a free initial consultation with attorney Elliott Abrams. During this time, he will explain the services that our firm offers and assess your situation. Together, you can make a determination on how to best handle your financial issues. We work to provide you with timely, accurate and cost-effective advice about your bankruptcy options.

We are a Debt Relief Agency. We Help People File for Bankruptcy Relief under the New Bankruptcy Law.