San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney Craig Trenton Teaches Filmmakers How to Stop Foreclosure

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Prominent San Diego bankruptcy Attorney Craig Trenton has a sit down with the filmmakers from the Banking Bad documentary film crew and shows them how to stop a foreclosure with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Mr. Trenton also launches a new blog on his new Chapter 13 bankruptcy law site.

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Chapter 13 is a tool, which helps people reorganize their debt. This Chapter is most useful in stopping foreclosures, and stopping penalties and interest on taxes. Filing a timely Chapter 13 bankruptcy has helped many families keep their homes.

Bankruptcy Attorney, Craig Trenton has become a worthwhile option for homeowners in a financial bind and has helped thousands save their homes through bankruptcy. Craig now shares this potent information in his new San Diego Bankruptcy Blog. Although Mr. Trenton is currently practicing law in Southern California, he has been licensed and practiced in many states, he wanted to publish a blog to connect and encourage people throughout the entire nation. Mr. Trenton was inspired to do so after he did an interview that was featured in a blog post on the home owners advocate website called BANKING BAD.

“I have been an attorney for a long time, but I was very new to blogging and social media,” said attorney Craig Trenton. Mr. Trenton was approached and asked some questions by the filmmakers from the BANKING BAD video series. BANKING BAD is a Youtube/TV series chronicling the true stories of homeowners and their journeys as many of them become reluctant warriors in battles with some of America's biggest banks. The filmmakers needed to ask legal questions about how an attorney could save a homeowner’s property if they were facing foreclosure? “I answered a few questions and some of my answers were published on the Banking Bad blog titled; Can a Chapter 13 Stop a Foreclosure? It was a great experience and I decided to publish a blog myself after that involvement. Blogging is a good medium to let more people know how bankruptcy could benefit them if they are in need of financial restructuring,” said Craig Trenton. Mr. Trenton’s new blog is titled, San Diego Bankruptcy Blog, and it can be found right on his San Diego bankruptcy lawyer site.

Craig Trenton has over 25 years of experience in the bankruptcy field and is very experienced in stopping foreclosures, “As a San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney I have helped thousands of families save their homes and get out of unbearable and overwhelming debt. Chapter 13 is a tool, which helps people reorganize their debt. This Chapter is most useful in stopping foreclosures, and stopping penalties and interest on taxes. Filing a timely Chapter 13 bankruptcy has helped many families keep their homes through tough economic times,” explained Mr. Trenton.

Craig Trenton has helped both businesses and individuals reconstruct or wipe out their overwhelming debt for a “fresh start”. Bankruptcy is different for everyone and one should consult with a professional bankruptcy lawyer in the state where the bankruptcy would be filed to assess his or her individual financial needs before making any legal decision. “Many people just need an adjustment to overcome a serious life change such as an illness, or loss of employment and chapter 7 or chapter 13 is often the life shift they need to get back on their feet,” says Craig Trenton. A Chapter 7 can wipe out debt and people can often do this without losing any of their assets. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganizes debt and monthly payments are required to be made. It is often critical to make these payments as low as possible to try and avoid future financial problems,” added Mr. Trenton. “Chapter 11 is reorganization of businesses, and in some cases, individuals. The choice of Chapters under the Bankruptcy Code depends a great deal on the particular circumstances which people face on a case by-case basis,” San Diego Chapter 7 lawyer, Craig Trenton continued. Mr. Trenton has filed nearly 10,000 cases and has a great deal of experience in making the determination of which Chapter can best fit the needs of the circumstances at hand. Homeowners in San Diego who have been struggling or overwhelmed with debt still have an option to avoid or stop foreclosure.

About Craig Trenton:
San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney, Craig Trenton has been in solo practice for over twenty years, over the years he has opened 4 other offices throughout the West including Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, and Arizona which specialized solely in Bankruptcy matters. Craig Trenton is a native San Diegan. He grew up in the beach areas of San Diego and graduated from University of California San Diego and attended California Western School of Law.
Mr. Trenton has vast experience in all facets of the Bankruptcy Law maze and enjoys meeting with people personally to assess their situation and determine the remedies available to them. He has been a lecturer to other attorneys for continued legal education on Bankruptcy and Tax and has also been awarded Outstanding Pro Bono Lawyer. His firms have filed nearly 10,000 cases yet Mr. Trenton takes a “hands on” personal and creative approach to each case. Although Mr. Trenton’s main office deals with bankruptcy in San Diego, Craig started his California Chapter 13 website to help people seeking bankruptcy in California get the help they need.

About Banking Bad:
Banking Bad is a site dedicated to informing and educating the masses of and about immoral activities committed by banking institutions. They allow and encourage users to join and be part of the forums and blogs. People can exchange information of the latest refinance, home loan, and loan modification pitfalls and successes.
Banking Bad’s first episode is currently available on the “Banking Bad” Youtube channel. The title is "Bank of America Wants You to Die Before They Modify," and the series was shot as a continuing comedy and documentary show. The Banking Bad team also offers multi-media entertainment services including website development, blogs and recording of video for people in need of telling their Banking Bad stories.

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