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Union City Bankruptcy Lawyers

Whether you are struggling with credit card debts, medical debts, mortgage payments or car payments we can help. Bankruptcy is about obtaining a fresh start without burdensome debts. Call our Union City bankruptcy lawyers | attorneys toll free at 1-877-9NEW-LIFE. Get the fresh start you deserve and start your new life without burdensome debts now.

Union City Bankruptcy Office

2450 Peralta Blvd.
Suite 219
Fremont, CA 95421

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

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The Law Offices of Ryan C. Wood, Inc. has filed hundreds of chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases for residents of the Bay Area. We practice in all four divisions of the Northern District of California: San Jose, Oakland, San Francisco and Santa Rosa. We have the experience to make sure your bankruptcy case is successful and that you get the best result for reasonable attorney fees. We are confident that you will want to recommend our service to others in need after your case is filed and you have received the order discharging your debts and the case is closed. Please visit us on Yelp or Avvo to review what our clients have to say about our services.

Bankruptcy is designed and intended to provide you with a fresh start, not a head start though. There is a limit to the amount of your assets that can be protected when filing for bankruptcy protection. The good news is that money held in qualified retirement accounts, ERISA accounts, is 100% protected. It is admirable when a client has taken out a loan from their retirement account to pay a debt or living expenses. The sad truth is that they are still seeking to file bankruptcy given that their debts are still too much for them to handle. So the moral to the story is to not take a loan against a retirement account that can be completely protected when filing for bankruptcy protection.