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Hayward Bankruptcy Lawyers

If you are having difficulty paying your bills each month because of high credit card payments or you are behind on your car payments or mortgage, bankruptcy can help. Schedule a free consultation with our Hayward bankruptcy attorneys to find out if bankruptcy is right for you. All of our consultations are with experienced attorneys and not inexperienced paralegals or legal assistants. Call us toll free at 1-877-9NEW-LIFE.

Hayward Bankruptcy Office

2450 Peralta Blvd.
Suite 219
Fremont, CA 95421

Toll Free: 1-877-9NEW-LIFE
Fax: 510-576-6742

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Most of our consultations last between thirty minutes and an hour. We will discuss your income, expenses, assets and any other issues that must be addressed in your bankruptcy case. You will meet with an experienced attorney that has filed hundreds of bankruptcy case in the Bay Area. You deserved the best representation and you should not settle for having your questions answered by a paralegal or legal assistant that is not licensed to practice law or give legal advice. When you retain our services you may email our attorneys directly throughout the bankruptcy process. We are committed to providing you with personal service for a reasonable fee.

Most chapter 7 bankruptcy cases last three to four months from the date your petition is filed with the bankruptcy court. Most of the work that must be completed is completed during the first forty-five days after the case is filed. The 341 meeting of the creditors is scheduled by the court and will be approximately 30 – 45 days after the case is filed. We will provide the trustee assigned to your case any documents necessary and we will of course appear with you at the meeting of the creditors. It is rare that any creditors actually show up to ask questions at the meeting of the creditors. Creditors must have grounds to object to the discharge of the debts eligible to be discharged. If no grounds exist, then it is pointless to pay someone to attend the meeting of the creditors to ask questions.