General Litigation Matters Arising During Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is one of the most stressful experiences that most people will ever have. Unfortunately, it is often the culmination of other stressful legal situations such as foreclosure proceedings or medical bills. It can also be a contributing cause to legal difficulties such as divorce.

At The Law Office of John Iaccarino, in San Mateo County, we have more than 20 years of experience helping clients get debt relief through bankruptcy. Call 650-288-1591 to schedule a free initial consultation. We find great satisfaction in listening to your concerns, evaluating your circumstances and taking the necessary action to help you move forward.

Foreclosure Defense Attorney Serving Burlingame and the Surrounding Communities

Our California bankruptcy litigation lawyer has more than 20 years of experience. We provide knowledgeable representation in general litigation matters that commonly arise before, during and after Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings such as:

  • Mortgage modification
  • Foreclosures
  • Evictions
  • Divorce
  • Unexpected medical emergencies
  • Unemployment issues
  • Wrongful termination issues

Each legal matter has its own specific legal statutes, timelines and procedures that need to be carefully considered. Filing for bankruptcy may also have an effect on your estate plan, specifically assets previously designated for wills and trusts that may become obsolete or significantly altered.

For this reason, it is important that you work with a knowledgeable bankruptcy litigation lawyer who has specific experience handling all legal matters commonly occurring in conjunction with bankruptcies. We will evaluate the entirety of your circumstances to ensure that all of the legal matters related to your bankruptcy go smoothly.

Helping You With Areas Related to Bankruptcy, Including Evictions, Divorce and Loan Modification

Call our office or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation.

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