Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Help in Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles, founded in 1781 as El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles (Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels), contains just a portion of the population that most people think of as Los Angeles and that Nader Law Firm serves. While the city itself is inhabited by approximately 4 million people, the larger county of Los Angeles contains 9.8 million residents - the most populous county in the U.S. However, the five-county area that most people equate with the name Los Angeles has over 20 million residents! If this metropolitan area were its own state, it would be the fourth largest in the U.S. However, the financial crisis of recent years and the subsequent downturn in real estate values has affected many residents.
If you live in Los Angeles, Nader Law Firm wants you to know that there are positive ways to approach debt relief and we can help explain them. Nader Law Firm has several offices to make it convenient for residents of Los Angeles to meet and discuss their financial and legal issues, including our office close to LAX airport. Feel free to arrange a free consultation at any time by calling us at (800) 568-0707. During your consultation we can help you understand ALL of your options. We can explain other bankruptcy alternatives, methods for avoiding foreclosure of your home, and even ways to just buy some time. We will even work with you to come up with a payment plan that you can afford. Once we meet you will have a better understanding of what is best for your situation, and you are never obligated to hire us.
We have helped over a thousand people just like you either file bankruptcy or avoid it altogether. We've helped our clients discharge millions of dollars in debt, and our experience means we can help you assess which alternatives can help you get your life back in order quickly. Regardless of what contributed to your financial problems, bankruptcy is one of the few laws remaining in force designed to help consumers, not big corporations. Like most people, you may be eligible to file for bankruptcy protection without losing your business, home, autos, cash, 401k, and many other assets. Instead of worrying about how you will ever get out of debt, bankruptcy protection can be the positive turning point when life actually begins to get better.