Bankruptcy Attorney West Sacramento

The Law Office of Barry H. Spitzer has been helping the greater Sacramento area and the citizens of West Sacramento for over 20 years. Over the years, I have helped fight for the rights of my West Sacramento clientele and helping them achieve complete debt relief. I can help you get away from the harassment and creditors and free you from debilitating debt issues. Call me at (916) 442-9002.

Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in West Sacramento
Bankruptcy is not something anyone wants to go through, but if you are struggling with debilitating debt filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy could be the right move for your financial future. The Law office of Barry H. Spitzer has been serving clients in the West Sacramento area for over two decades, helping good people get out from under their crippling debt and get their lives back.
Bankruptcy Litigation Services
A plaintiff can file any controversy in a bankruptcy case as an adversary proceeding, but the bankruptcy rules set out certain types of cases that a plaintiff must file this way, such as: recovery of money or property; to determine the extent of a property interest and to ask the court to deny or rescind a discharge of a debt or the entire case.
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Client Testimonials
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What is a bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is the legal method for a debtor to “discharge” or obtain relief from the debts you owe. While no debtor is guaranteed a total discharge of his debt, most debtors who file for bankruptcy are given such relief. One of the primary purposes of the bankruptcy act is to relieve the honest debtor from the weight of oppressive indebtedness and to provide the debtor with a fresh start.
What Property is Exempt?
Exactly what property is protected depends on the exemption scheme chosen by the client. Clients in West Sacramento have two schedules of exempt property. Determining what property is exempt, requires a complete and total understanding of the laws governing residency and the California exemption laws. You should seek professional advice in dealing with exemption issues.
What happens after I file?
As soon as your case is officially filed with the court, creditors are legally prevented from attempting to collect on any debt owed to them by you. This means that creditors must stop all collection activity, including: telephone calls, harassing letters, repossessions, foreclosures, lawsuits and wage garnishments. Once the case is concluded, the court may choose to enter what is called a “discharge.” 

Law Office of Barry H. Spitzer

I have been practicing bankruptcy law since 1992. I have successfully represented debtors, creditors and Chapter 7 trustees through the bankruptcy process. By representing all sides of bankruptcy cases, I have a unique prospective on how I can best assist you.
980 9th Street, Ste 380
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 442-9002
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