“I would highly recommend Arie Ebrahimian to anyone that is fighting the good fight and need someone in their corner that will look out for your best interest and give you great advice and recommendations during the process.”
Workplace Accidents, Burn Injuries, California Dram Shop Law
“After being involved in an auto accident and being overlooked by auto insurance companies, I knew the only way I'd receive any sort of justice would be to hire an attorney.”
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“He had even went to ends of assuring me with my current attorney( I just have not actually spoken with my attorney and has been rough getting in contact with my caseworker) that he was advocating for me in the best possible way.”
Motorcycle Accidents, Wrongful Death, Personal Injury
“I called Gary in an emergency situation because I needed an attorney right away since my previous attorney backed out on me and Gary took care of me and even promised me that he would take care of me.”
“Answering all questions I had even questions that did not pertain to my bankruptcy case breaking down everything into terms that I could actually understand.”
Can I still keep my house if I filed bankruptcy?
Whether filing for bankruptcy can save your home from foreclosure will depend on your particular situation, as well as whether you file under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Generally speaking, Chapter 13 provides more protection so you have a better chance of not only stopping foreclosure but also keeping your home.
Will I lose all of my property and assets by filing for bankruptcy?
There is a common misconception that when a debtor is filing for bankruptcy, he or she will lose all of his or her assets. This is simply not true. Although some properties may be subject to liquidation, and specific exceptions will vary from state to state, a debtor is generally allowed to keep a certain amount of personal properties, including cars up to certain value, equity in a home up to a certain amount, clothing, furniture, and many other personal belongings.
Can I continue to operate my business and still file for bankruptcy?
In many cases, yes. It will depend on the type of business and the type of bankruptcy being filed. You need to hire an experienced attorney with the experience necessary to correctly prepare and handle the case.
Can all my debts be erased by filing for bankruptcy?
No, not all debt can be discharged by filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy only allows for the discharge of unsecured debt, such as personal loans and credit cards. Other debts like taxes, child support, spousal support, and certain educational loans are not able to be discharged by filing for bankruptcy.
If I file for bankruptcy, does my spouse has to file as well?
No, your spouse is not legally required to file for bankruptcy with you. However in some situations, it may benefit you to file jointly. An experienced attorney can talk to you about your options in this regard.
Get the answers to more questions on the FAQ page on our website.
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