Guiding You To A Debt-Free Future Through Bankruptcy
Although no individual or business ever sets out to have financial problems, the unfortunate reality is that in the modern age, financial difficulties are common. Fortunately, there is relief available under the law for individuals, who are either single or married and business. This relief is available under the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), or as it’s commonly known “the bankruptcy code.” Whether one has tax debts or other financial burdens, these stresses can impact business and personal lives. Business debts can severely limit opportunities for growth, and personal debts can impact an individual’s professional life.
While filing bankruptcy provides multiple parties with the ability to obtain a “fresh start” under the law, there are many challenges and pitfalls that will need to be addressed both before a potential case is filed and throughout the pendency of a case to its eventual conclusion.
If you are an individual or a business experiencing financial problems, you will need an experienced bankruptcy attorney to assist you with the challenges that are presented under the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA). This law, enacted in 2005, is complex and imposes numerous requirements on potential individual and business debtors. If you have unpaid business or personal liabilities, or unpaid tax liabilities, you need experienced legal counsel, support and advocacy to fully obtain the relief you are entitled to under the law. Our firm is well versed in handling Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. Contact Sunnen Law today to discuss your unique situation in more detail.
At Sunnen Law, we handle all aspects of filing bankruptcy, with cases including:
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 13
- Creditor representation, including relief from stay motions
- Defending and prosecuting adversary actions
Get Legal Advice About Filing For A Bankruptcy Today!
In general, everyone deserves a fresh start, and our firm is here to assist you with the bankruptcy process. Call us at 619-255-9551 or email the firm to request an in-person consultation as soon as possible.