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Preparing for Bankruptcy

Chances are, if you’ve come to the point where you’ve decided to file for bankruptcy, you’ve likely tried countless other options first, including cutting back on spending, negotiating with creditors, or consolidating your debt.
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Bankruptcy FAQs

Few things in life are more stressful than financial problems. If you’ve found yourself overwhelmed by debt, filing for bankruptcy could help you secure the relief you need. At The Orantes Law Firm, we offer knowledgeable and personalized advice to clients navigating the bankruptcy process. Our attorney is prepared to be your guide as you work to resolve your debts and pursue financial freedom. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
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The 3 Top Tips to Gain Financial Stability

Financial stability is extremely important in our lives. However, debt can make it equally difficult to get ahead. At the Orantes Law Firm, we strive to help our clients in Los Angeles County and Orange County (including Los Angeles and Irvine) improve their financial stability with practical advice.
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Options to Consider Before Declaring Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can be a confusing and intimidating experience. It is important to carefully consider what steps to take when preparing to file for bankruptcy. If you do not take the correct steps, it could leave you in a situation that doesn’t fit your needs in the way that you would like.
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Disputing an Error on Your Debit or Credit Card Statement

Almost everyone nowadays uses a credit card or charge account to make regular purchases. Typically, we track these purchases either online or through our paper statements to ensure the charges are correct and that our credit is in good standing. However, occasionally a billing error may occur and you’ll need to take steps to correct it.
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Yes, You Can Repair Your Credit After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can leave a negative mark on your credit report for up to 10 years. However, contrary to popular belief, bankruptcy will not ruin your credit forever. Fortunately, it is possible to rebuild your credit if you take the right steps and are willing to put some effort into it.
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Can I File For Bankruptcy More Than Once?

Few would argue that over the past few years, we have witnessed significant changes in the American economy. Not only has the COVID-19 pandemic drastically shifted the way we purchase goods, but it appears that everything from homes, automobiles, gas and everyday items like milk and bread has drastically increased in price.
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Bankruptcy & Divorce: What You Need to Know

The past few years have created difficult financial situations for many people. While causing financial problems, the COVID-19 pandemic has also strained many marriages. As a result, some people may be seeking a divorce at the same time that they are considering filing for bankruptcy.
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My Mortgage Forbearance Ended. Now What?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many families experienced serious financial hardship. As a result, the federal government implemented a mortgage forbearance program that allowed homeowners to pause in making mortgage payments on their homes.
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