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Are you seeking relief from debt? Do you suspect your loved one has fallen victim to elder financial abuse? All of these matters can have serious and life-changing implications. Your case may require the immediate attention of a qualified, experienced, and skilled legal professional and our Brentwood attorney stands ready to help you.
Hard financial times can hit anyone at any time. Especially in an uncertain economic climate, things like foreclosure, repossession threats, defaulting on mortgage, or other debt problems can lead to serious financial stress. If you are looking to shed your debt once and for all, do not think you are alone!
We have helped countless consumers file for bankruptcy protection and have helped our clients experience financial relief through other bankruptcy alternatives. We use our experience to help ensure debt collectors adhere to fair collection practices, and can take swift action to put a stop to abuse or harassment.
Our Brentwood law firm is ready to help guide your steps in the most efficient, cost-conscious, and timely manner possible. Contact Delta Law Group at 925.270.1931 to request your free consultation.
Our clients typically come to our firm during a time that is incredibly overwhelming, emotional, and at times, frightening. Some people seek relief from constant debt collection attempts. Others seek our legal counsel after suspecting elder financial abuse. No matter what your case involves and no matter what stage of the legal process you find yourself, we can be trusted to commit our experience, resources, and manpower to pursuing a satisfactory outcome for you.
Ready to get started? Call 925.270.1931 now and request your free initial consultation.
We strive to relieve our clients of their financial burdens so they are
no longer working to pay creditors.
Instead; they will have more time and money for their families.