Providing Knowledgeable Counsel On Consumer Bankruptcy Matters
If you have lost your job, taken a pay cut or seen your expenses go up — like many people in California and across the United States — you may be faced with overwhelming debt as a result. You need to explore your options for debt relief, including bankruptcy, and get the facts you need to make an informed decision.
With over 30 years of experience in bankruptcy, The Law Offices of Kelly Warren* provides individuals and small businesses with quality representation at affordable prices. You can expect straight answers in plain English that will help you fully understand your situation and your options. We will help you navigate the troubled waters that life has thrown in front of you and arrive at effective solutions for your unique circumstances.
Explaining Your Bankruptcy Options
Our clients receive quality representation at affordable prices. We understand the economy and the hardships faced by our clients. We also understand that everyone’s situation is different, and we tailor our representation to meet your individual needs. We will discuss whether bankruptcy is a solution to your situation, and if so, whether you should file for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Attorney Kelly Warren provides experienced counsel in the areas of:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions
We can help clients who have problems with overdue mortgage payments, car and auto loans, high credit card debt, unexpected medical bills and other types of significant debt. Kelly Warren utilizes his background in economics and mathematics to find innovative solutions to your legal and financial issues.
Contact Us Today To Learn How You Can Get Out From Under Your Debt
Discuss your financial concerns and the option of bankruptcy with experienced lawyer Kelly Warren. To make an appointment, you may either fill out our email form or call our Covina office at 626-859-1030.
*We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.