Is Bankruptcy the Right Choice?
Let Attorney Janet Mertes Help You Today
Each year, countless Americans find themselves struggling to stay afloat
of their finances and many more fall victim to endless creditor harassment,
collection calls, and repossession attempts. At the Law Offices of Janet
L. Mertes, we understand that this time in your life is probably stressful,
and you may be feeling at your wit's end to find a solution to your
overbearing financial issues. Our firm has dedicated our practice to providing
trusted representation and dedicated counsel to individuals throughout
the Ventura area, and we may be able to help you, too.
Trusted Attorney in Ventura Handling Your Bankruptcy Needs
When you choose to work with the Ventura bankruptcy attorneyat the Law
Offices of Janet L. Mertes, we will discuss all options for overcoming
debt and help determine which course of action may be right for you. There
are various situations and circumstances that may alter the direction
of your case, which is why it is always important to have a trusted legal
representative on your side. We will work with you to discuss all options
and strive to compile the best possible solution to your situation.
Bankruptcy may be right for you if you are experiencing any of the following:
- You are being harassed by creditors or collectors looking to obtain payment
- You are back-owed on taxes or loans
- Your home is being foreclosed upon, or foreclosure is being threatened
- You have property that has been seized by the bank
- You are no longer able to pay minimal payments toward debts
- Your wage has been garnished to repay loans
Ready to start your bankruptcy? Call us today!
If you are currently experiencing financial hardships, you may be able
to benefit from bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is a great way to help eliminate
the stresses of financial strain and help reduce the risk of foreclosure
When you file, an automatic stay will be placed onto your account and all
collection attempts will be forced to cease. Additionally, all unsecured
debts may be discharged during bankruptcy, and you can regain control
of your financial future. Call our
Ventura bankruptcy attorney to learn more.