New Year's is a great time to renew goals or put together comprehensive plans of action to tackle challenges.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 29, 2014
San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney Craig Trenton is offering help for the New Year with restructuring debt and bankruptcy relief through his “New Year, New Start” bankruptcy filing program. With every New Year comes new opportunities to start fresh, re-prioritize, and makes plans to focus on the challenges that really matter. With his New Year’s debt relief plan, Trenton provides a way for consumers and homeowners to get back on their feet and save their homes or achieve their debt management goals.
Trenton’s San Diego Bankruptcy blog highlights the major differences, respective provisions, and benefits of filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy versus Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Homeowners filing bankruptcy in San Diego who want to put foreclosure proceedings “on pause” in order to restructure payments, will likely find filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to be their most suitable option. Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, however, makes it possible to save a home by wiping the slate clean of various other debts, allowing the homeowner to focus solely on the home.
Trenton says that “New Year's is a great time to renew goals or put together comprehensive plans of action to tackle challenges.” He has put together a low-cost plan to help consumers who have a goal of restructuring their debt through receiving bankruptcy relief for situations that may be too overwhelming. Creating an experience that is as stress-free as possible, from start to finish, Craig Trenton offers no-cost consultations for those seeking to get out of debt, to ensure they are familiar with their many options, and to pursue the debt relief program that be of greatest benefit.
San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney Craig Trenton has been independently practicing bankruptcy law for over twenty years. Before settling in San Diego, Trenton gained experience practicing with offices that specialize solely in bankruptcy law in Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, and Arizona.