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We know it can be intimidating to talk to a lawyer.

Especially a tax and bankruptcy attorney. But the most common things we hear at the end of our first consultation are “I feel better” and “I wish I had met you sooner.”

You have options.

Perhaps you have too much tax debts or credit card debt and aren’t sure what options are available to you. Maybe you are going through a life changing experience such as a serious illness, loss of employment, divorce or death in the family.

You do not have to go on living with the constant calls from the creditors or mounting debts. If you are overwhelmed by debt, we can help you to get a fresh start.

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Jeff Curl San Francisco bankruptcy attorney

Jeff Curl

“I believe in second chances. Bad things happen. Sometimes misfortune comes to us by events beyond our control, sometimes it’s self-inflicted. If you find yourself in financial trouble, no matter what the cause, bankruptcy offers a second chance.”

Jeena Cho San Francisco bankruptcy attorney

Jeena Cho

“Having met hundreds of clients, I can tell you that there is no demographic for people who file for bankruptcy. People from all walks of life, each with his or her own unique story file for bankruptcy. I enjoy getting to know each and every one of my clients because everyone has a story to tell. ”

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From Our Blog

Using the Automatic Stay Too Often

Filing bankruptcy to save your home from foreclosure is an option that is a useful and powerful feature of the automatic stay, particularly in Chapter 13. A mistake I see is repeatedly filing bankruptcies to stop foreclosure. The bankruptcy code addresses repeated...
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Using Temporary Restraining Orders to Protect Personal Guarantors of a Business

Here is a common scenario. The founders of a company get a loan for their business and give a lien to the lender on the piece of property owned by the company. The lender requires a personal guarantee from the business owners. Something bad happens with the business,...
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Keeping a credit card in bankruptcy

Keeping a credit card in bankruptcy is more challenging than you might guess. Before breaking this down any further, we should distinguish credit cards from ATM/debit cards that are connected to your checking and savings accounts. ATM/debit cards are not closed by the...
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Discharging Taxes With Late Filed Returns and Substitute Filed Returns

We discharge income tax debts fairly regularly. While it can be complicated for a variety of reasons, it is formulaic at some level. Assuming no fraud was involved, taxes are dischargeable if these three rules are met: Three year rule: Your taxes must have been due at...
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Protecting Assets and the Risk of Voidable and Fraudulent Transfers

If bankruptcy or getting sued is a possibility, it is natural to worry about protecting your assets. A mistake made by some is moving assets out of their name to put it beyond the reach of a plaintiff or creditor. This includes: -Gifting assets to someone. -Changing...
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