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Law Office serving Bankruptcy Clients in Inland Empire and Menifee, California.

First- I know it may be embarrassing, hurtful, or you may feelings of guilt, but please understand people of all walks of life find themselves in situations that may require resorting to Bankruptcy. Let’s be clear you have nothing to be ashamed of, in fact, most of the time the reason you find yourself considering Bankruptcy are from things beyond your control such job loss or medical bills.

Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding filed by a debtor who seeks relief provided by federal bankruptcy law. It is a remedy that helps people to regain control of their finances when debts become unmanageable. Hence, it is nothing more than a fresh financial start. The law says that a person is entitled to start over financially provided that no dishonesty was committed in getting into debt.

Bankruptcy can be one of the most stressful decisions you will make in your life. Often, when clients come into my office and are considering bankruptcy, they feel at the end of their rope. The stress of paying bills, calls from bill collectors, lawsuits, wage garnishments, threat of foreclosure, repossessions, or just not having enough money to pay for the necessities of life can be overwhelming.


We have represented both debtors and creditors in bankruptcy and understand both sides. We offer free consultations for bankruptcy and would be happy to sit down and discuss your particular situation with you. At our office you never consult with a paralegal or other subordinate rather you with the bankruptcy attorney.

People file bankruptcy protection for numerous reasons including medical bills, loss of income, injury, judgments, loss of business, and many other personal reasons. We have encountered nearly every reason and can assist you in this stressful time.

We are admitted in the Northern, Central and Southern Districts of California.

Contact RAXTER LAW today for a Bankruptcy consultation.

(951) 226-5294

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