We are excited to announce the addition of San Diego bankruptcy attorney Chris Bush to the Debt Doc practice. Chris has represented many clients, not only in the area of bankruptcy, but more specifically, as an expert in the rapidly growing area of Student Loan Law.
Chris has practiced consumer and small business bankruptcy for over 13 years and worked on thousands of cases. He has a passion to fight against and dispel the prevalent and harmful misinformation regarding bankruptcy filing and debt relief options. He has the experience to steer you in the right direction and help you legally resolve your debt burden.Chris’s passion is to provide personal, compassionate and creative bankruptcy representation that yields the best possible solution for his clients suffering under crushing debt. Bankruptcy laws and procedures are often misunderstood due to the prevalence of misinformation regarding debt and bankruptcy options. Chris has practiced consumer and small business bankruptcy for over twelve years and worked on over a thousand cases. He can assist you by clarifying the options available to you and finding the best solution for your case.
Chris Bush is active and has experience in the following areas of bankruptcy and debt relief.
“I know that everyone’s financial situation and burdens are unique and understand the power of listening.”
Whether you’re seeking relief from overwhelming credit card debt, medical bills, taxes, payday loans, or other personal debt, bankruptcy attorney Chris Bush can assist you in untangling the options to find the best solution for your specific debt relief case. You may be able to eliminate or reduce your tax debts, student loan debts, medical debts, or car loans. You may even be able to eliminate a home equity line or second mortgage. He’ll guide you to the best solution for your situation.
An important factor that sets student loan debt apart from all other kinds of debt is that it’s just about impossible to rid yourself of it. Even borrowers that end up in such financial burdens file for bankruptcy and struggle to get a fresh start void of their student loan debt.
But a few cases working their way through the legal system could alter that. They increase the possibility that the courts might offer a loose definition of how difficult the borrower’s financial situation is before a bankruptcy judge can justify discharging his or her loans.
A San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyer whoconcentrates his entire practice in Bankruptcy Law and can help you determine if filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you. If you've already filed for bankruptcy in the past, a Chapter 20 combination or debt settlement program just might be right for you.
Bankruptcy is a federal legal status of a person in debt or other entity that is not able to repay the debts it owes to their creditors. In many jurisdictions, bankruptcy is imposed by an order of the court, often initiated by the debtor.
Bankruptcy, however, is not the only legal status that a person in debt or other entity may have, and when we say bankruptcy, it isn't synonym for insolvency. In the United States, bankruptcy is applied more broadly to formal insolvency proceedings.