Salinas Bankruptcy Attorney Launches New Website to Provide Information for Consumers on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13

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Salinas, CA attorney seeks to combat consumer bankruptcy confusion with new website resource.

Steven Kim - Salinas Bankruptcy Attorney

Steven Kim - Salinas Bankruptcy Attorney

"It does not have to be stressful," Mr. Kim claims. "If you're confused or need help or advice, give us a call and we can help take the stress and complexity out of it."

Bankruptcy is an unfortunate side-effect of recent economic troubles in the US. Salinas bankruptcy attorney Stephen H. Kim says consumer bankruptcy can be very confusing for individuals. To combat this confusion, Mr. Kim has launched a content-rich new website to help consumers understand the bankruptcy process.

Mr. Kim has found that most people don’t understand bankruptcy well enough to make an informed decision. He has launched a new website to give them the information they need. However, Mr. Kim cautions that a website isn’t a substitute for professional legal advice and recommends that anyone consult with a competent lawyer before filing for bankruptcy.

Mr. Kim’s new website is a helpful resource for anyone who is struggling to get out of debt or get creditors off of their back. Visitors to the website will learn more about the process of filing bankruptcy and decide whether or not filing for bankruptcy is the right decisions for them.

The website answers numerous questions, including the following:

  • What is bankruptcy?
  • What options do consumers have when they choose to file bankruptcy?
  • What are the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
  • What should consumers expect to happen when they file for bankruptcy, both during the process and in their lives afterwards?

Most people don’t understand the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Mr. Kim is committed to making sure people make the right decision when filing for bankruptcy. While corporations are required to filing for Chapter 7, individuals may be eligible to file for Chapter 13 instead. They may be allowed to retain the use of some of their assets if they file for Chapter 13. However, they will have to repay their debts over five years. Mr. Kim hopes his website will help them understand which option is most appropriate.

Consumers are usually terrified about filing for bankruptcy. Mr. Kim assures people that the process can be very straightforward. "It does not have to be stressful," Mr. Kim claims. "If you're confused or need help or advice, give us a call and we can help take the stress and complexity out of it."

Anyone who is considering filing for bankruptcy is encouraged to visit Mr. Kim’s new website to better educate themselves. Mr. Kim can also be reached at (831) 221-5022.

About Salinas and Monterey Bankruptcy Attorney Stephen Kim
Stephen H. Kim holds a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Los Angeles in California, a Juris Doctor of Law from U.S.C. and a Masters of Taxation from the Marshall School of Business. He has been practicing law in Salinas, Monterey County, California for 14 years.

Stephen H Kim, Attorney at Law
376A Main Street
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 221-5022

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