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You do not have to continue to struggle and you can stop the harassing phone calls once and for all. Whether you are having trouble with credit cards or mortgage payments, the bankruptcy laws can help. All of our free consultations are with experienced attorneys, Ryan C. Wood or Kitty J. Lin. We have filed hundreds and hundreds of bankruptcy cases in the Bay Area and we can help you too.

Livermore Bankruptcy Office

Oakland Office (Satellite)
1300 Clay Street
Suite 600
Oakland, CA 94612

Toll Free: 1-877-9NEW-LIFE
Fax: 650-366-4875

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Freemont Bankruptcy Office

Freemont Office (Main Office)
2450 Peralta Blvd. Ste. 219
Fremont, CA 94536

Toll Free: 1-877-9NEW-LIFE
Phone: 510-574-7320
Fax: 510-619-9339

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The Law Offices of Lin & Wood are proud Livermore bankruptcy lawyers. If you cannot continue to deal with your debt and seek relief the bankruptcy laws can help. Livermore is located approximately forty-three miles from downtown San Francisco along Interstate 580 and is the most eastern city in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Livermore was officially founded in 1869. Livermore has a population of approximately eighty-five thousand people and covers twenty-two square miles. At the time of the gold rush in California, Livermore became a good stop on the trek to the Mother Lode area. The City of Livermore is named after Robert Livermore, who incidentally never actually lived in the City of Livermore. Mr. Livermore died in 1858 before the City of Livermore was named after him, but his former ranch was located where the present day City of Livermore is located today.

A little known fact about Livermore is their deep roots to the wine industry. Believe it or not, but Livermore is California’s oldest wine region. Livermore is better known for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory and other technology producing entities. Livermore California is also home to the world’s longest burning light bulb in one of their firehouses. The light bulb has allegedly been lit for 109 years!!!!

Even though the City of Livermore is a relatively well-off 200 community compared with many other medium-sized communities in California, Livermore residents still file for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The median household income in 2005 was approximately $96,000. The crash of housing prices has left every community with the unfortunate reality that people need help to start over sometimes. A Livermore bankruptcy is not the end of the road, but the beginning of rebuilding your finances and living life with less stress. Many homeowners can still take advantage of the reduction of the value of their home and get rid of their second and third mortgages forever in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.