filing for bankruptcy in Los Angeles

Is it Possible to Reopen Your Bankruptcy Case?

Call: 888-297-6203 When people file for bankruptcy, their bankruptcy can either be dismissed because it does not fulfill all criteria, lacks some important document or has valid objections raised against it by creditors; or, the bankruptcy is discharged once all responsibilities are completed (dues are cleared). However, inform Los Angeles based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group lawyers, sometimes, the bankruptcy case is closed without a discharge. Since bankruptcy is a complex process, closure of case without discharge is possible. If this is the case, you will require the assistance of experienced bankruptcy lawyers. You can call 888-297-6023 to [...]


Traits of a Quality Bankruptcy Lawyer

Call: 888-297-6203 Bankruptcy is often not the first choice for people struggling with financial issues. However, if you are contemplating bankruptcy, you probably have run out of every other option. Creditors hounding you for their dues, threatening you with dire consequences, etc. can make you quite vulnerable. Bankruptcy can put a stop to all collection actions including foreclosure, repossession, wage garnishment, etc. thanks to the automatic stay provision. However, filing for bankruptcy requires the guidance of experienced bankruptcy lawyers such as those of Los Angeles based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group. Though People can file for bankruptcy [...]


What is Contingent, Disputed or Unliquidated Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy filing involves the submission of accurate information in order to ensure the process is fair and transparent. The information submitted plays a very vital role in the bankruptcy court decision making. The common focus of information can be listed as follows- What is the amount of money do you make from all your consistent sources? How much dues do you have pending? What are the different assets/properties owned by you? What is your monthly expenditure budget? Was there any transfer of asset recently? These are some critical questions which are to be addressed before filing for bankruptcy. [...]