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San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyer

At Resolve Law Firm, we get it—bankruptcy can feel overwhelming. But it’s also a chance to start fresh. Led by Attorney Le’Roy Roberson, our San Diego team knows California bankruptcy law inside and out. We’ll simplify the process for you. Call us today to take the first step toward a brighter financial future.

Our Bankruptcy Services in San Diego Include

Debt often brings overwhelming stress, but you don’t have to face it alone. If you’re struggling to keep up with bills, Resolve Law Firm, APC, is here for you. Our compassionate team offers personalized legal services, empowering you to overcome financial challenges and embrace a brighter future.

Exploring Bankruptcy in San Diego: A Step-by-Step Guide

In San Diego, exploring bankruptcy involves understanding the different types of bankruptcy available, such as Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Our step-by-step guide at Resolve Law Firm helps you navigate the complexities of bankruptcy, from gathering necessary documents to attending required meetings with creditors.

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FAQs by San Diego Clients

I don’t speak or understand English well. How can I understand the bankruptcy proceedings?

Debtors who do not speak or understand English well may request free telephone interpreter services at the section 341 meeting of creditors. The U.S. Trustee Program pays for these services. More information on free telephone interpreter services is available from the U.S. Trustee Program field offices and on the Program’s Web site at: Information for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency. A list of Program offices is found at: Nationwide Office Locator.

Can I keep my property during bankruptcy?

Most people can keep their property during bankruptcy in California, even if they are behind on their mortgage payments at the time of filing.

Can I Get a Credit Card After Bankruptcy?

Yes, there are several options available. While technically not a credit card you could use a bank or debit card to perform activities for which you normally would use a credit card. You also may be able to keep the credit card you already have if the creditor grants approval. If these options do not work you can get secured credit card which is backed by your own bank account.

Contact a San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyer Today​

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