Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Service in South San Francisco

Sometimes the debt just gets to be too much. When you do not make as much every month as you owe, you need help. Do not be afraid to call a California bankruptcy attorney and get the help you need before things get worse.

We are San Mateo County Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys with more than 20 years of experience. One of the most rewarding aspects of our work is being able to help California clients just like you get the debt relief they need through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. We can help you, too. Call or e-mail us for a free initial consultation.

Credit Card Debt Relief Attorneys Helping You to Discharge All Unsecured Debt

The good news about Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that it generally allows the participant to discharge all unsecured debt. At the end of the bankruptcy process, you will no longer have to worry about:

  • Credit card bills
  • Debts from medical bills
  • Unsecured business loans that are in arrears

The goal of Chapter 7 bankruptcy is debt discharge to stop creditor harassment and wage garnishments, save your home from foreclosure and give you the freedom you need to get a fresh start in life.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is commonly the alternative route taken by clients who want to keep their secured home debt or who don't qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

At The Law Office of John Iaccarino, we help people get the debt relief they need. Freeing someone from debt and seeing that weight lifted off a client's shoulders is the most gratifying aspect of our work as Burlingame debt relief lawyers.

To File for Bankruptcy, Contact Us at Our San Mateo and Daly City Credit Card Debt Law Firm

We want you to know all of the options that are available to you, so that you will not be afraid to do what it takes to get the fresh start in life that you need. That is why we are offering you a free initial consultation. Call us or send our lawyers an e-mail, and we can talk about how to get you relief from serious debt.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.