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Why Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney in LA County?

Yes, you can file for bankruptcy on your own, but that does not mean it is wise to do so. Bankruptcy laws are complex and constantly evolving. One small mistake can cause your petition to be dismissed, costing you a significant amount of time, effort and money.

At the Law Offices Of Hagen & Hagen in Los Angeles County, we do far more for our clients than simply file paperwork. Our lawyer, a specialist certified in bankruptcy law by the California Board Of Legal Specialization, can also:

  • Inform and advise you. Bankruptcy policy varies from court to court, so the way your friend or relative filed bankruptcy may not work for you. We can explain the complex laws and walk you confidently through the process.
  • Provide peace of mind. You do not have to do it on your own. Our attorney will be a steadfast and knowledgeable advocate, representing you at any hearings and helping take the burden off your shoulders.
  • Provide protection from creditors. When you hire an attorney, most creditors will be immediately and legally obligated to contact him or her instead of calling you.
  • Save you money. In the long run, hiring an attorney may save you quite a bit. By assisting our clients to file bankruptcy, we are often able to help them eliminate thousands of dollars of debt and save them from significant interest payments.

It Costs You Nothing To Talk To A San Fernando Valley Debt Help Attorney

Why hire a bankruptcy attorney in LA County? Learn more in a free initial consultation with our experienced lawyer. Call the Law Offices Of Hagen & Hagen at 818-305-6452 or contact us online.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.