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Bankruptcy News - Los Angeles County

 

Business bankruptcies continue to rise as the current economic slowdown takes its toll on large corporations and small business firms alike. Newspapers, homebuilders, and pharmaceutical companies are just a few of the areas where the nation's economic downturn has forced companies out of business.

Individuals are feeling the desperation as well. Even with the increase in unemployment benefits, many people finding their credit card accounts closed or balances reduced, without notification from their credit card companies. Others are cancelling insurance, or are filing for bankruptcy - all to try to stay afloat financially until job prospects improve. With the current market conditions, filing for bankruptcy may be the only option left for families who have seen a loss of income and no way to pay their debts.

You don't need to feel guilty if you need bankruptcy protection - bankruptcy laws were put into place to protect individuals like you, who need peace of mind and freedom from overwhelming debt. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, our office can help. Every one of our reputable Los Angeles County Bankruptcy Attorneys is ready to assist you with your case. Our firm is committed to providing the best legal representation possible for individuals and businesses who are suffering under the burden of too much debt.

Contact our firm today and arrange for your free, no obligation, case evaluation. We offer comprehensive Los Angeles County Bankruptcy advice to those who need it most, and we are dedicated to helping you solve your financial problems effectively, right from the start. Get in touch with us today and take advantage of the financial protections that bankruptcy law has to offer.