Goldbach Law Group is Whittier’s best bankruptcy law firm. Goldbach Law Group has over 27 years of legal experience representing individuals and businesses as debtors, creditors, and committees. Our primary goal is to provide you with professional, successful and cost efficient legal services with compassion at the forefront. As Whittier’s Premier Bankruptcy Attorney we make it our goal to explain all available options ranging from Chapter 7, 11, or 13 bankruptcies to debt consolidation or settlement.
Have you been exploring your bankruptcy options, searching for a local bankruptcy lawyer or wondering how to file bankruptcy? At Goldbach Law Group we are here to assist you with all of those questions. Our firm offers a free thirty minute bankruptcy session by phone or in person at our Whittier office. During this initial conversation we will get an understanding for your specific case and begin discussions on which options would best fit your situation. We believe every matter is different and as such every solution should be as well.
Filing for Chapter 7, 11, or 13 bankruptcy may prove the most efficient solution for your specific situation, however, if it is not the best option we have experience in a multitude of other options. Goldbach Law group has years of hands on experience assisting clients with several bankruptcy alternatives, including:
We are here to be your go-to business bankruptcy attorney. Through our years of providing bankruptcy services to businesses throughout Whitter and Long Beach we have come to understand the many challenges business face. Goldbach Law Group will walk you through the veritable aspects of business bankruptcy and the implications it may have on your organization. Our firm can assist your business with the many avenues of bankruptcy protection. We will review a multitude of factors including the scope of your business assets, how much debt the business has, as well as your current cash flow and your projected future business.
When you have reached the point of exploring bankruptcy, you are often overwhelmed with your financial situation and more than likely frustrated and confused with your available options. We will thoroughly discuss the costs associated with filing bankruptcy, and strive to be top notch bankruptcy lawyers for the low income population of Whitter and Long Beach.
At Goldbach Law Group, your affordable bankruptcy attorney in Whittier, we will guide you through your many options and work with you to create an innovative and productive game plan. We are here to assist with a variety of financial shortcomings, including:
As a strong supporter of the Whittier community Goldbach Law Group proudly provides pro bono bankruptcy lawyer assistance at the United States Bankruptcy Court. The USBC’s help desk program is designed to assist qualified debtors who do not have a bankruptcy lawyer and who cannot otherwise afford a bankruptcy lawyer.
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