Bankruptcy Attorney in Bellevue, Seattle, King County, and Washington State

If you are considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy and you live in Bellevue, Seattle, Kirkland, Redmond or Western Washington including King County, Pierce County or Snohomish County – We recommend you contact us to schedule a free legal consultation to discuss your individual financial situation and learn about all of your options including bankruptcy, foreclosure defense including mortgage mediation and mortgage modification if you are facing foreclosure on your Puget Sound area home.

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Filing bankruptcy may or may not be the right course of action for you. During your consultation, we will take a look at the specific details of your unique financial situation in Washington State and we will make recommendations for you based on our evaluation. Get informed about your legal options before filing for bankruptcy or letting your home go into foreclosure.

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We will explain the details and advantages of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.

If you are facing foreclosure on your home we will look at various Foreclosure Defense options including bankruptcy as well as Foreclosure Defense, Mortgage Mediation, mortgage modification or short sale of your home.

A fresh start awaits by filling out the form on our contact us form and scheduling your free consultation to discuss your situation and legal options.

  • We are a debt relief agency.
  • We proudly help people file for debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code of Washington State.

If your are looking for financial debt relief help, or would like to consult with a bankruptcy attorney in Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, Seattle, Federal Way, Sammamish, Issaquah or King County Foreclosure Defense Lawyer, give Advantage Legal Group a call at 425-4542-9797.

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In the following video from the King 5 TV Show “New Day” Bankruptcy Attorney
Jonathan Smith
discusses Washington State bankruptcy requirements and options.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Washington State

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Washington State

Questions Regarding Filing for Bankruptcy in Bellevue, Seattle, Federal Way, King County, and Washington State

If you live in Washington State and are considering filing, contact the legal team at Advantage Legal Group to schedule a free consultation to discuss the options for your specific financial situation including your options for bankruptcy, foreclosure defense such as mortgage mediation, and mortgage modification if you are facing foreclosure on your Bellevue or Seattle area home and also Personal Injury Law.: 425-452-9797

Advantage Legal Group provides legal services for bankruptcy, foreclosure defense and personal injury law, as well as mortgage mediation under the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act for Washington State homeowners facing foreclosure on their home in Washington State including Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, Everett, Kirkland, Redmond, Issaquah, King County, Pierce County, and Snohomish County

In the following video Bellevue Bankruptcy Attorney, Jonathan Smith discusses bankruptcy basics in Washington State on the NEW Day with Margaret Larson, Television show on NBC King 5.

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