Bakersfield Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer
Debt problems have the potential to hurt every part of your life. Debt can damage your relationships with your family. The stress and anxiety from your debt problems can even harm your health. You do not have to live with debt problems hanging over your head. Tens of millions of Americans have used the bankruptcy process as a tool to get a fresh start. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, it is important to have a lawyer on your side who can guide you through the process.
I am Bakersfield Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney Steven Stanley. I have dedicated my career to helping people across California get out of debt and get a fresh start. I understand that you are going through a difficult time right now. Many of the people I serve have been forced to declare bankruptcy due to the loss of a job, a serious health issue, a divorce, or another serious problem. In my role as your attorney, I will work tirelessly and creatively to solve your problems.
Kern County Debt Relief Attorney Providing Personal Attention
I have practiced law for more than 20 years and have filed literally thousands of Chapter 7 bankruptcies since then. While each case is unique, there is a good chance I have helped someone with similar problems. This experience is invaluable in developing positive solutions to your debt problems.
When you work with my firm, you will work directly with me, from your free initial consultation until the conclusion of your case. I want you to feel comfortable about your case, and will take the time you need to discuss your issues and answer your questions. Together, we can help you break free of debt and move on with your life.
Get A Fresh Start. Contact The Law Office Of Steven M. Stanley Today
I offer a free consultation to discuss the details of your financial problems, and whether bankruptcy is right for you. Call 661-578-5149 or complete my online contact form to begin. Se habla español.
The Law Office of Steven M. Stanley is a debt relief agency that helps people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.