Beverly Hills Bankruptcy Attorney
Seek a Fresh Financial Start with Help from the Nass Law Firm
Bankruptcy, and those who file for it, often receive an unfairly bad reputation
and people hesitate to file, even when it can greatly help their financial
situation. In California, people from all walks of life find financial
salvation through bankruptcy and it can help alleviate a wide range of
legal issues. It is not a process to undergo lightly and the entire process
can be complex if not handled with the attention and knowledge that it deserves.
Over the years,
Attorney Nassirzadeh has handled hundreds of cases involving debtors and creditors in a variety
of bankruptcy cases.
At the Nass Law Firm, our bankruptcy lawyers can help you with any of the
No matter what your situation, call 310.935.0663 to schedule your
free initial consultation.
Commonly Asked Questions About Bankruptcy
How Can Bankruptcy Help Me?
- Bankruptcy can help you consolidate or even eliminate a part or all of
your debt. It can also put an end to annoying creditor harassment, help
you budget for your monthly bills, and keep some or all of your assets.
Bankruptcy can help you and your family seek a fresh start and get you
back on your feet.
How Often Can I File Bankruptcy?
If you filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7,
you cannot file for Chapter 7 again for eight years, or chapter 13 for six years. If you filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you cannot discharge your debt
under Chapter 7 for four years, or Chapter 13 for two years.
What Does It Cost to File for Bankruptcy?
- Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in California with the help of an attorney
can cost between $1,500-$3,000. For Chapter 13, it is typically between
$3,000-$4,000. You can file for bankruptcy without the help of an attorney
for less expense, but the success rate is low, especially in the Los Angeles
area. If you cannot afford the cost of bankruptcy outright, payment plans
can be instituted.
Can I Own Anything After Bankruptcy?
- Yes, you can keep the exempt property and anything you obtained after filing
for bankruptcy. However, inheritance, property settlement, or life insurance
benefits received within 180 days after filing for bankruptcy, may have
to be paid to your creditors.
Is Bankruptcy Right For Me?
Ask yourself the following questions:
- Can you not make monthly payments or pay your bills?
- Do you have excess debt?
- Are you being harassed by creditors or debt collectors?
- Are you facing foreclosure or do you fear you’ll lose your home?
- Are your wages being garnished?
- Do you have overwhelming credit card debt?
If you answered yes to any of the above, it is important that you do not
hesitate to contact our Beverly Hills bankruptcy lawyers.