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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: How Will It Affect Your Property?

Huntington Beach, California, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

For many people struggling to cope with rising debt and the stress of creditor harassment, filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy is their best option for getting a fresh start and, most importantly, getting their life back. If you are concerned about the effect chapter 7 bankruptcy could have on personal property, you owe it to yourself to talk to a knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer.

At the Law Office of Desiree Causey in Huntington Beach, we help people throughout Orange County find solutions to their financial problems. If you are struggling under the weight of debt, we can help you explore whether chapter 7 is right for you and explain your options for preserving your personal property.

If you're struggling with debt, let us help you. Call 714-372-2225 or send us an e-mail today to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

Will Your Personal Items be at Risk?

When you file for chapter 7 bankruptcy, there will be exemptions made that allow you to hold on to most, if not all, of your personal property. Each state has different laws as to bankruptcy exemptions. California's exemption laws are fairly generous relative to other states. Additionally, California has a fairly large homestead exemption.

You Have Nothing to Be Ashamed Of

You don't take bankruptcy lightly and neither do we. But Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be your best chance to eliminate your debt and achieve a fresh start without losing your personal property in the process.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation with a compassionate bankruptcy lawyer.