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Bankruptcy Services

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Can answer questions about bankruptcy, lawsuits or judgments that have been filed against you. Also can answer questions about tax issues, property that is facing foreclosure, repossession of vehicles, and wage garnishments. 915 261-3893

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney Leon Bayer

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I can answer all questions relating to debt collection, credit reporting problems, credit scores, bankruptcy, debt settlements, debt settlement scams, and dealing with debt collectors. For many years I have been one of your volunteer experts for the topic "Bankruptcy Law". I would like to receive more questions. I'm thinking that many relevant questions get asked under this catagory as well as my own. See my stats, below: Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Leon D. Bayer U.S. Available View Profile Ask A Question View Past Answers Knowledgeability9.96 Clarity of Response9.93 Politeness9.97 Response Time(hr)14.6 --Last 90 Days(hr)7.6 Total Questions1119

Brian V. Lee, Esq.

U.S.
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Please note that I do not answer Private questions. All questions related to consumer and business bankruptcy, debt management, and personal finances are welcome. Serving clients in the DC-metropolitan area since 2005, I am licensed in Virginia and the District of Columbia. I have provided counsel to hundreds of clients with a wide variety of complex legal and financial issues. Feel free to visit my All About Bankruptcy blog for more information.

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2017-02-01 Credit Advice Please:

Dear Mary,    I really am sorry that you have been hit with so many different problems. But I'm glad that your health and income is improving. Let's attack these problems one by one.    Let's begin with

2017-01-23 Filing for bankruptcy in absentia:

Now that you have described the facts more clearly, you will have no problem going ahead and filing now before you go.          As for excusing your personal attendance at the creditors meeting, that also

2017-01-23 Filing for bankruptcy in absentia:

Hi Louis:     Is the one filing for bankruptcy  a person that resides or has a domicile, a place of business, or property in the United States?    If so, the answer is definitely yes, the person (attorney

2016-11-26 Interest Rate:

Interest rates on older model used cars generally run very high because the loans are risky for the lender. That's because older cars require repairs and maintenance that lower income persons can ill afford

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