San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyer – Bancarrota en San Diego – Craig Trenton’s law Office is located in the heart of San Diego, next to downtown San Diego on Banker’s Hill. Nosotros hablamos español, llame hoy. Mr. Trenton specializes in all Bankruptcy law matters including Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13 for businesses and individuals seeking to file bankruptcy in San Diego. Craig Trenton has over 25 years of experience helping individuals, families and small businesses with debt relief and filing bankruptcy in California. He offers individual attention to each person through the California bankruptcy proceedings. The Bankruptcy Law office of Craig S. Trenton, California bankruptcy lawyer can help you navigate the bankruptcy code to find the best financial strategy for your individual needs. Mr. Trenton can also help determine if a San Diego Bankruptcy filing will help you.
Many people in the San Diego area have experienced financial difficulties as a result of unexpected circumstances such as loss of a job, illness, injury, or divorce. Unfortunately, most creditors will not wait for your circumstances to improve. The stress can be overwhelming as credit card bills, medical bills, car loans, mortgages, student loans and other bills continue to accumulate.
Fortunately, you have options available to you. If you are considering filing bankruptcy in California under Chapter 7, 11, 12, or 13 you are invited to make an appointment for a free consultation with our Bankruptcy Lawyer, Craig Trenton. You are protected from all collection efforts by your creditors beginning the moment you file for relief under the help of Attorney, Craig S. Trenton.
San Diego Bankruptcy lawyer Craig Trenton has been helping people get out of debt for over twenty five years. Chapter 7 wipes out debt and gives people a “fresh start”. People can often do this without losing any of their assets.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a tool which helps people reorganize their debt. This Chapter is useful to stop foreclosure, as well as stopping penalties and interest on taxes. A Chapter 13 reorganization requires monthly payments to be made. It is often critical to make these payments as low as possible so as to avoid future problems.
Chapter 11 is a reorganization of businesses, and in some cases, individuals. The choice of Chapters under the Bankruptcy Code depends a great deal on the particular circumstances which people face on a case by case basis. Mr. Trenton has filed nearly 10,000 cases and a great deal of experience in making the determination of which Chapter can best fit the needs of the circumstances at hand.