Questions About Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 is the most common bankruptcy option for clients who want to save their homes. If you have serious debt resulting from both secured and unsecured credit, you might be able to get the debt relief you need through Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Save Your Home

At The Law Office of John Iaccarino, in San Mateo County, you will find a Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney who can help. When you come into our California law firm for your free initial consultation, we can look at your financial situation and see if Chapter 13 is the best route for you.

Information About Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

There are some things you should know if you are considering Chapter 13 bankruptcy as an option:

  • For individuals: Chapter 13 bankruptcy is for individuals only, not business entities.
  • Keep your home: Chapter 13 is a great alternative if you are facing serious debt but still want to keep your home.
  • High net worth: Chapter 13 is a great alternative if you earn more than the income maximum for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
  • Credit counseling requirement: There is a credit counseling requirement before filing for Chapter 13, and there is a requirement for finance management education after filing.

We have almost 25 years of experience helping people get debt relief through Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Let us help you through this process, too.

Calm and Efficient Representation

Many of our clients say that we have a calming effect on them. We approach our cases diligently and professionally, giving our clients an honest assessment of the situation right from the beginning. This helps our clients to feel at ease, and it lightens the load for them going forward. You have enough to worry about. Let your debt relief problems become our problem.

Contact An Experienced Debt Relief Lawyer

If you need relief from serious debt, call our office at 650-288-1591 or contact our law firm online to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled attorney.

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