- We have won more than 5,000 cases
- 20 + Years Experience
- Free phone, email or in-person consultations
- Millions dollars won and saved for clients
- Evening and weekend appointments
- 6 Southern California offices
The law firm of Marc A. Duxbury, Attorney at Law, provides help and legal advice for clients in Temecula, Carlsbad, Murrieta and throughout San Diego, Orange, Santa Barbara and Riverside counties in southern California. Marc A. Duxbury, out of his law office of County Law Center, handles several areas of practice from bankruptcy law and litigation, to business law, family, personal injury and more.
Murrieta, Temecula and Escondido Bankruptcy Attorney
When faced with bankruptcy it's never easy. If you are in serious debt and unable to pay your creditors, there is help available to advise you on the legal options you should know about. Bankruptcy law enables debtors to resolve their debt through the supervised division of assets among creditors. Bankruptcy is an option for individuals and businesses, and in either case, getting legal advice from a bankruptcy attorney in Temecula is advised.
The law firm of Marc A. Duxbury can help you navigate through the many facets of California bankruptcy law. For example, certain types of bankruptcy proceedings will allow you to stay in business and use your revenues to resolve your debts. Or, if income is insufficient or affected by forces beyond the debtor’s control, some types of bankruptcy law would allow certain debtors to free themselves of their financial obligations, after their assets are distributed, even if their debts have not been paid in full.
Temecula bankruptcy law is complex so before you consider filing for bankruptcy, seek out legal advice from a lawyer or law firm you can trust to get the help you need. Should you file Chapter 7, Chapter 11, or Chapter 13? Should you look for a more conservative form of debt consolidation? Are there special considerations under California law? Our lawyers have the legal experience and know how to help you understand your options under the law.