Does your heart skip a beat every time the phone rings, because you know it's another debt collector calling? Are you spending every day thinking about a growing mountain of unpaid bills? You need help-hire an experienced bankruptcy attorney today. Declaring bankruptcy can reduce or eliminate your debt.
Reach out to the Law Offices Of Hagen & Hagen in Woodland Hills, CA today to speak with a debt attorney. Our goal is to help our clients find the debt relief they need to move forward with their lives. We can walk you through the process of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Are you ready to live without the burden of unpaid debt? Call the Law Offices Of Hagen & Hagen today to speak with a bankruptcy attorney.
When you're thinking about filing for bankruptcy in Woodland Hills or Los Angeles, CA, you need a debt attorney you can rely on for insightful legal guidance. Here are seven reasons to choose the Law Offices Of Hagen & Hagen:
My entire legal career, which began in 1985, has been devoted solely to the practice of consumer bankruptcy law.
I've been certified as a specialist by the State Bar Of California and the American Bankruptcy Board Of Certification since 1994. I am also a CPA. What this means to you is that I am uniquely qualified to analyze your situation and shepherd you through the highly complex bankruptcy process safely.
I personally oversee your case from start to finish.
I don't believe in nickel and diming you every time you have a question. My theory is that I'd much rather have you ask a question and by doing so avoid a complication in your case, than to be reluctant to ask such a question out of concern that you'll be charged additional fees.
I create a relaxed comfortable environment for my clients to make the process as smooth as possible. Although I encourage you to come meet with me at my home office in Woodland Hills, both the no-charge initial consultation and the follow-up meeting to complete the papers can be done by phone, e-mail, fax and mail if you so desire.
I practice law the way I try to live my life--by the Golden Rule--treating my clients the way I would want to be treated--with dignity, understanding and compassion. If bankruptcy is an unwise idea, or there are better nonbankruptcy alternatives available, I'll be the first to tell you.
My approach to representing my clients successfully is simple: be very thorough and very careful. My reputation in the industry is that I am meticulous and detailed. I know all of the judges, all of the bankruptcy trustees, and virtually all of the attorneys who represent your potential adversaries. I know what they looking for. I know what raises red flags.