If you are experiencing severe financial distress and don't know where to turn, The Fuller Law Firm, PC may be able to help. We have filed over 2500 bankruptcy petitions for clients like you over the years, so you can rest assured that we have the experience and knowledge necessary to handle your case professionally and get your financial problems under control.
We understand that you could be facing home foreclosure, managing stressful creditor harassment, or dealing with the harsh reality of having your car repossessed, which in turn can make it harder to sustain employment and to live life as you should. Our bankruptcy attorneys can help you to avoid these unpleasant scenarios and may even be able to take steps to reverse actions that have already been taken against you – for example, we may be able to get your car back if it was only recently repossessed.
Contact The Fuller Law Firm online or call (408) 465-4472 to schedule a free consultation with an Oakland bankruptcy lawyer. Flexible hours are available for appointments.
We've included information on this website on most aspects of Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as well as answers in response to questions that our clients frequently ask. While we hope these resources are helpful to you, the only way our lawyers can truly gain an understanding of your specific situation is to speak directly with a lawyer and provide the information about your financial troubles.
If you are facing insurmountable debts, the decisions you make today can have an impact on your and your family's well-being for years to come. Don't risk making an uninformed choice that could make it even more difficult for you to provide for your family in the future. We know that you're facing a tough situation, but you don't have to face it alone. Call The Fuller Law Firm, PC to set up a free case review with an attorney. We are ready to work on a strategy that is best suited for your individual financial situation.
Call (408) 465-4472 for a free review with a bankruptcy attorney in Oakland.