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West Coast Bankruptcy Attorneys helps people from all walks of life become debt free by filing successful Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. Bankruptcy is all about each individual’s income, expenses and assets. It is very important to hire the best Richmond bankruptcy lawyer that knows that right questions to ask and who spends the necessary time before your case is filed to make sure it is successful. Our bankruptcy lawyers will make the bankruptcy process easy for you by providing you with detailed checklists and keeping you informed every step the process.

Richmond 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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The first step is scheduling a free consultation with one of our experienced bankruptcy attorneys. The next step is paying the attorney fees in full if filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or the upfront portion of the attorney fees if filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The second step is providing all of the documents necessary to draft a complete and error free petition for bankruptcy protection.

The City of Richmond is one of the largest cities in the County of Contra Costa located in the East Bay region of the Bay Area and approximately the 56th largest city in the State of California. Situated along Interstate-80 and approximately 18 miles from San Francisco and 12 miles from Oakland, Richmond also has easy access to BART for commuters. A little known fact is Richmond’s deep water port is the third largest in the State of California if you measure how large a port is by tonnage offloaded each year. An attraction for tourists is the Ferry Point Tunnel. It was built in 1899 making among the oldest tunnels in California as it leads into Brickyard Cove and Golden State Railroad Museum. The historic Richmond Plunge was a city pool, a natatorium (an indoor pool), which recently was restored and reopened. Another item of interest is the Richmond Greenway project which will build biking trails, walking and jogging paths that will link an old rail line with the Ohlone Trail that follows BART from El Cerrito and through Berkeley.