Ventura, California – December 17, 2015 – Headquartered in Ventura, California and with offices located across the state, California bankruptcy attorney Susan J. Salehi is proudly celebrating 24 years of dedicated legal service. Since 1992 Ms. Salehi has helped thousands of individuals, small businesses and corporations resolve financial challenges through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
The bankruptcy laws have changed significantly over the past 24 years, and new mandatory bankruptcy forms and procedures have been adopted. The Law Office of Susan J. Salehi has the knowledge and experience to help clients through the complicated bankruptcy process.
“I meet with every client individually to understand their unique situation and recommend the best options for them. Some law firms process a large number of Chapter 7 cases, but don’t seem to explain or offer the option of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy,” explains Susan Salehi. “I review all of the history and current financial state of my client, explain the various options available, and recommend what I believe is the best course of action. I utilize my 24 years of experience with every client, providing the best legal advice coupled with a personal and compassionate touch during this stressful process.”
The Law Offices of Susan J. Salehi is committed to providing the highest level of legal advice and services to every client. Every client meets with Ms. Salehi personally and every effort is made to treat each person with the respect and dignity they deserve during this difficult time.
The law firm offers free consultations where the client has the opportunity to fully discuss their particular situation, receive advice about what the best options for them are, learn exactly how much their case will cost, and understand the process of how their case will move ahead to a successful resolution.
Credit card debt, job loss, divorce, pastdue taxes, repossesions, lawsuits, garnishments, foreclosure and mounting medical bills can put undue stress on the lives of individuals and families. Feeling out of control, helpless and scared is a common reaction, but it does not have to be. Filing for bankruptcy may be the last and best alternative for people needing to resolve a difficult financial situation. Regardless of what transpired to create the situation, no one has to struggle with these issues alone. Help is available. Bankruptcy is not a bad word. While a bankruptcy filing will stay on your credit reports for 7-10 years, most people are able to start rebuilding their credit once their case is discharged, and sometimes even during the processing of their case. There are lenders who will qualify people in a Chapter 13 repayment plan for a mortgage if they can show 12 on time plan payments and otherwise qualify for the mortgage.
Businesses sometimes find themselves facing unanticipated financial problems caused by poor cash flow, unexpected bad debt, or sudden costs. Filing for bankruptcy may be the best and fastest choice to address the debts and place the company back on solid financial footing.
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a straightforward liquidation proceeding that oftentimes results in a relatively quick fresh start with little or no loss of assets. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is more complicated and involved but can help with bringing past due mortgages payments current, strip off unsecured second mortgages, pay past due taxes, child support or alimony, or stop lawsuits.
The Law Offices of Susan J. Salehi have offices located in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Bakersfield, Westlake Village and Woodland Hills, California.
About Susan J. Salehi
Since 1992, Susan J. Salehi has been a practicing bankruptcy attorney in Southern California. During that time she has helped thousands of businesses and individuals successfully work through financial difficulties and bankruptcy proceedings as smoothly as possible. Ms. Salehi personally consults with each client striving to quickly return them to financial stability.