Orange County Bankruptcy Attorneys Enjoys New Business from Bankruptcy Information Costa Mesa Wiki Page

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Orange County attorneys Zhou & Chini are pleased from the new clients obtained by the newest addition to the firm’s informational website. The bankruptcy information Costa Mesa page is completed for all residents to utilize as a starting point for bankruptcy.

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Costa Mesa bankruptcy attorneys offer a new page to assist debtor's learn about California bankruptcy laws

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The California bankruptcy information website offered by the renowned attorneys in Orange County Zhou & Chini, complete another wiki page for the city of Costa Mesa. The newest addition to this informational portal should be really quite useful for individuals seeking California bankruptcy laws. California is unique among the states because of its two different sets of exemptions that an Individual may use when filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Exemptions determine what property may be kept in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and how much the debtor must pay in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy to certain creditors. The goal of the exemptions is to allow the individual to maintain certain assets that maybe needed to make a fresh financial start after they declare bankruptcy. Any property that is determined exempt will be outlined in the debtor’s bankruptcy schedules which are filed with the bankruptcy case. Creditors will have an opportunity to object to the exemptions at the meeting of the creditors. If there are no objections, the exempt property will no longer be considered property of the bankruptcy estate. Exemptions are one area of bankruptcy law which varies somewhat from state to set. Federal law outlines a set of exemptions in the bankruptcy code, but each state has the option to “opt out” of the federal exemptions and can provide their own state exemptions. Currently, sixteen states have the option to choose between the federal and states exemption, the remainder of the states will have to use the state exemptions. To find out more about the California bankruptcy exemptions, or to view the latest page displayed by the law office visit, http://www.californiabankruptcyinformation.com/wiki/costa-mesa

The new page for the city of Costa Mesa California not only has everything one would need to learn about the different bankruptcy laws, but also has links to many government websites pertaining to bankruptcy. This new addition to this “wiki style” website should point people in the right direction in regard to bankruptcy. The law office uses the a SEO consultant to assist in law firm to promote the message about the importance of speaking with a bankruptcy attorney in Costa Mesa if someone is considering filing. The firm continues its online presence by using professional search engine optimization services. The firm offers zero cost bankruptcy information on the firm’s blog and social media pages. With this information, along with free consultations, the firm hopes to attract more Costa Mesa residents looking for financial relief. To read more about the firm’s Facebook page visit, Facebook.com/BankruptcyAttorneyCostaMesa

About the Firm: The Law Office of Zhou & Chini servicing the cities and counties of California. Mr. Zhou is a graduate of UCLA and has been practicing law since 1999. Mr. Zhou has a wealth of experience in bankruptcy, civil litigation, family law, criminal law and unlawful detainer. Zhou and Chini Law Offices provide bankruptcy assistance to Orange County, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego residents.
Contact: Ron Chini

Website: info(at)bankruptcyattorneyorangecounty(dot)org
Phone: 888-901-3440

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