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Is Bankruptcy Right for You?
Jul, 07 2015

With the recent financial events in Greece have left the rest of the world watching and waiting. Some financial advisors and economists are suggesting that Greece’s best solution is bankruptcy. Recently we’ve witnessed bankruptcy being used as a tool to rescue large corporations and governments as well but what about the little guy?

Is bankruptcy a good play for individuals? We believe so. The bankruptcy program serves as an effective tool for helping people put their lives back in order. As a result of the rising cost of living and a somewhat soft job market more and more Americans are turning to bankruptcy for relief. Our firm is highly noted for its approach to bankruptcy. We believe that everyone should have the ability to receive reliable professional advice during financial hardship.

Don’t allow yourself to become overwhelmed with calls from creditors and a growing mountain of bills. You don’t have to face it only. We’re here to help you face your financial challenges and create a strategic plan to improve it. Our bankruptcy firm is experienced in crafting successful solutions for our clients, and we handle all of the details. Our hands-on approach to navigating you through bankruptcy helps to alleviate your stress and help you get back to what’s most important, your family, friends and life.

If you’re facing a mountain of debt and other financial difficulties and would like to schedule a consultation contact Stockton Bankruptcy Attorney Erica Bansmer. Call 209-474-2400 to learn more and to speak with our bankruptcy professionals directly.

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Stockton Family Court

  • The Stockton Family Court is a division of the Superior Court Of California.
  • The main responsibility of the Stockton Family Court is to settle matters pertaining to Child Custody.
  • Family Court services also include an orientation program for parents and modifying existing child custody agreements.