Offering Bankruptcy and Other Debt Reduction Services
In tough economic times, many people are not able to juggle all of their many financial obligations, and many of us get deeper and deeper into debt until we are no longer able to make all of our payments on time. Many are facing foreclosure of their homes or other properties.
At the Law Office of Jeff D. Hoffman in Oakland, we can help you to pursue options for getting out of debt and avoiding serious consequences like foreclosure, repossession and wage garnishment. Oakland, California, bankruptcy lawyer Jeff D. Hoffman understands the concerns of average working people. We are devoted to helping you overcome your financial troubles.
Don't hesitate to contact us to schedule a free consultation.
Get Skilled Guidance and Personal Attention From our Alameda County Chapter 7 and chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer
Each person's debt circumstances are unique. Depending on the type of debts you have and what resources you have to repay those debts, there may be a number of options available to you. These include Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
As a law firm providing both bankruptcy and other debt relief services, we offer the flexibility to accommodate the approach that is right for you. If you have been a victim of loan fraud, we will investigate the situation thoroughly, though you should be aware that this is very difficult to remedy.
If you are concerned that you are not going to be able to pay your next round of bills, you should talk to a lawyer sooner rather than later. Delaying can get you deeper into trouble with your lenders, while the sooner you discuss your options with an attorney, the quicker you can get on the road toward a fresh financial start.
Our focus is entirely on helping people like you get out of trouble with debt. To learn more about what you can do with the help of our Alameda County Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney, contact us today.
Designated by Congress as a debt relief agency, we help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.