San Diego Bankruptcy Blog; Debt Relief Education you can Trust.
This is an educational forum created with the aim of providing debt relief information and bankruptcy education to San Diego residents.
<span style="color:#By providing the public with accurate information about the bankruptcy process, we can combat the stigma surrounding bankruptcy. Therefore, opening the doors to Financial Relief to more people who due to various cultural, societal, and generational factors, and widespread misconceptions regarding bankruptcy are unable to make the informed decision they need. Bankruptcy is a Constitutional Right provided to individuals and business’ who are unable to pay outstanding debts with the Second Chance at a Secure Financial Future, while offering Immediate Relief from Creditor Harassment and Collection Actions.
A fundamental goal of the federal bankruptcy laws enacted by Congress is to give debtors a financial “fresh start” from burdensome debts.
[I] t gives to the honest but unfortunate debtor…a new opportunity in life and a clear field for future effort, unhampered by the pressure and discouragement of preexisting debts.
Local Loan Co. v. Hunt, 292 U.S. 234, 244 (1934).
The Automatic Stay triggered by bankruptcy filing is an injunction that stays (STOPS) most lawsuits, wage-garnishments, foreclosures and collection activities the moment a bankruptcy petition is filed.
To Learn more about how the Automatic Stay triggered can get you the relief you need now contact the Law Office of Rhea Levine at (619) 497-2696.
OPPORTUNITY FOR THE FUTURE
The bankruptcy discharge releases a debtor from personal liability for most unsecured debts. Meaning, you are no longer legally obligated to pay those debts, and those creditors are forever restrained by taking any further action to collect on such debts, including not only legal actions, but a simple phone-call.
To learn more about how the Bankruptcy Discharge can provide you with a FRESH START to build a lasting and secure financial future call The Law Office of Rhea Levine at (619) 717-0283.
The Law Office of Rhea Levine was founded to provide quality legal representation to honest, hard-working San Diego residents in need of debt relief from someone they can trust.
Rhea was born and raised on the East Coast, where she graduated from Siena College with High Honors in Philosophy. Afterwards, her love for travel brought her 3,000 miles away from her hometown in upstate New York to sunny San Diego, the place she has since called home. Less than three years later, Rhea graduated from California Western School of Law, with a broad understanding of this Country’s Laws and its People, Coast to Coast. Since then, Rhea Levine has traveled all over the world with the aim of gaining a deeper understanding of this World’s cultures and it’s people.
Upon graduating from law school, Rhea Levine passed the California and New York State Bar exams on her first try. Realizing the need for supportive, competent legal representation, and equipped with a unique people-centered philosophy to the legal system, Rhea Levine began her career in Federal Bankruptcy Court, for the Southern District of California.
Since then Attorney Rhea Levine has personally lead over 1,000 individuals and families on their path to financial freedom, through bankruptcy. In doing so, she has encountered an extensive range of issues and various circumstances that may arise during the course of a bankruptcy. She has cultivated invaluable relationships with the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 trustees and their counsel. Attorney Rhea Levine’s practical experience working within the San Diego community of bankruptcy professionals, colleagues and friends enables her to better advocate for her clients, bettering not only her client’s financial mend but the road which leads to it.
If you are suffering from insurmountable debt, struggling to make ends meet, and need immediate relief from collection action and creditor harassment, bankruptcy may be the best option for you. This informational blog has been created to provide free information and education about bankruptcy to you.
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