Redwood City Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Most people living with challenging debt situations are not aware that there are options that can help them. Most people have tried everything they can think of to get through their tough times from finding extra work to loans from relatives. The reality is that you need to educate yourself about all of the types of solutions that are available.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a powerful tool that offers people the opportunity to wipe the slate clean while retaining their property in most cases. The fresh start offered by Chapter 7 not only wipes out unsecured debts, but also puts an immediate halt to all collection activities, such as:

Do Not Wait Any Longer To Learn More About How To Get A Fresh Start

Too often, people struggle in silence. They are embarrassed about their difficulties, and they do not seek professional help. We talk with our clients and learn the specific circumstances of their individual situations. We develop a plan that allows them the most direct path back toward financial stability.

Creating A New Financial Beginning For You

At Grech Legal, we are committed to helping our clients secure the discharge of debts such as credit card, medical and other types of debt to help them move forward with their lives. When we file the paperwork for you, creditors will no longer be allowed to contact you, and all collection activities must immediately cease. Attorney Matthew Grech brings extensive experience and a real dedication to helping his clients get out of the financial hole they have been living in for so long.

Stop Wage Garnishment And Other Creditor Harassment

Do not suffer under the weight of serious debt without experienced advice and counsel to help guide you. Grech Legal is there to help you start building a brighter future for yourself. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 408-214-0385 (San Jose), 510-270-5602 (Oakland) or 650-549-7728 (Redwood City), or contact us online.

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