San Francisco Office
San Francisco Bankruptcy Attorney
If you are seeking San Francisco bankruptcy attorneys you have come to the right place. We have filed hundreds of bankruptcy cases and one of our partners, Ryan C. Wood, formerly was employed as staff counsel for the San Francisco Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee, David Burchard. Local rules are different from district to district and within the different court divisions. When you retain our service you will get the professional service you deserve for a reasonable fee.
Compare our basic fees:
Credit Counseling Course $5.00
Financial Management Course $7.95
Single Credit Report $35 - Joint Credit Report $70
Attorneys' Fees Depend Upon Complexity of Your Case
DO NOT pay $50 - $100 for the required courses. You are being over charged.
Please give us a call to briefly discuss your circumstances and schedule a free consultation. We will send you our “Client Information Form” to fill out prior to your free bankruptcy consultation. We will also want you to bring a couple recent pay statements or proof of your income to the free consultation. A typical consultation will last between thirty minutes to an hour depending upon the complexity of your circumstances and your questions. We will answer all of your questions thoroughly. It is important that you retain a law firm that knows the rules and procedures. Meet with our San Francisco bankruptcy lawyers and you will know we are the right fit to make sure things go smoothly. Our firm has helped hundreds of Bay Area residents become free of their debts, get rid of underwater second mortgages and equity lines of credit, stop wage garnishment, stop foreclosure and discharge unpaid taxes to the Internal Revenue Service and Franchise Tax Board.
Ryan C. Wood and Kitty J. Lin are experienced consumer and small business attorneys and are two of the best lawyers in their field. Please read our testimonials and Google Reviews for more information about what they do and how they do it. They have represented hundreds of clients in the San Francisco and Bay Area. And they are committed to providing their experience for a reasonable fee. Many people think that filing bankruptcy is the end of the road, but it is really the beginning of a better life without overwhelming debts. We have helped clients with large incomes or significant assets seek bankruptcy protection successfully. The choice to file bankruptcy is an important financial decision that corporations sometimes have to make. Corporations do not worry about making an emotional decision, just that situations arise when filing bankruptcy is a good business. Bankruptcy is a legal and honest solution to overwhelming debts. A Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy may not be an option if you have significant secured or unsecured debts. There are debt limitations to be eligible to reorganize yours debts in a Chapter 13 case, and you probably will want to protect your things if they are worth a lot of money. If so, then a Chapter 11 bankruptcy may be the better decision for you to obtain the greatest benefit when filing bankruptcy. Start your new life debt free.