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Foreclosure, Garnishment, Repossessions & Levies

California Ranch Cucamonga Foreclosure Repossession Attorney  

California Debt Relief and Bankruptcy Lawyer

Creditors have a number of options for collecting debts. If you are facing tax levies, wage garnishment, foreclosure or repossession of property, the Law Offices of David R. Gunnin can help.

To speak with an attorney about bankruptcy and other debt relief services, we encourage you to contact us at one of our convenient locations, including our Chino, California office. We are pleased to serve clients throughout Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County and San Bernardino County. Call 800-300-4648 to schedule a free consultation.

Home Foreclosure

Whether you are receiving notices of possible foreclosure or your home is already in foreclosure, you most likely can stop all further efforts by filing either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With a Chapter 13, the law allows you to make up all missed payments over a period of time and, in most instances, pay no interest on those missed payments.

Repossession

Creditors may seek to repossess your assets. We can help stop repossession and/or negotiate payment arrangements so that you can keep your property. Let us help you explore all of your options to prevent or stop repossession.

Wage Garnishment

It is extremely difficult to pay your debts if you are burdened with a wage garnishment. Filing for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may allow you to stop wage garnishment and pay back your debts in a more gradual fashion.

Levies

If you owe back taxes, the IRS can take money from your wages or your bank account through an IRS levy. As a firm that offers bankruptcy and debt relief services, we can help you deal with the IRS and find a better means of dealing with debt challenges.

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To speak with a lawyer about a wage garnishment, tax levy, home foreclosure or property repossession, contact the Law Offices of David R. Gunnin.

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