Kosnett Law Firm deals with bankruptcy matters in Vallejo. The firm's bankruptcy practice covers Chapter 13, Chapter 11, and Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code. Its lawyers help individuals understand their legal options, including repayment plans and debt consolidation, and provide guidance on the tax consequences of bankruptcy filings. They file bankruptcy petitions and provide emergency creditor notices to stop foreclosure actions. They also work closely with bankruptcy trustees to prepare required documents. Kosnett Law Firm handles criminal defense.
2001 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA 94704
Berkeley, CA 94704
The Law Offices of Jeanne Serrano is a company located in Vallejo that provides legal services in estate planning, immigration, bankruptcy, and family law. As a bankruptcy attorney, Jeanne Serrano has filed Chapter 7 cases for families and individuals who lost their jobs, in danger of losing homes, and behind on bills, and in Chapter 13, she helps clients reorganize their debts. Lawyer Jeanne Serrano is also fluent in Filipino.
2103 Redwood Street, Vallejo, CA 94590
Vallejo, CA 94590
The Law Offices of Stan Riddle is a debt relief agency that serves Vallejo and nearby areas. The firm's founder, Stan E. Riddle has been licensed to practice law in California for more than 17 years. Attorney Riddle offers bankruptcy law services to businesses and individuals with a focus on Chapter 13 and 7 representation. He also has experience in other areas including mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, regulatory compliance, and corporate formation.
3150 Hilltop Mall Road, Richmond, CA 94806
Richmond, CA 94806
Although possible, due to the damaging nature of bankruptcy, filing bankruptcy more than once isn't recommended. Filing multiple times puts a serious burden on one's credit report, making it harder to get a loan, buy a house, buy a car, or even open credit cards.
Note that filing for bankruptcy isn't something that can be done at a filer's leisure. There are time limits following bankruptcy cases that dictate when it's permissible to file again. For example, after Chapter 7 bankruptcy, filers must wait at least eight years before filing Chapter 7 again or four years before filing Chapter 13.