Santa Cruz bankruptcy attorney Preston Brahm is dedicated to protecting Santa Cruz County residents’ legal rights through the bankruptcy system and helping them obtain a “fresh start” from their debt problems.
As a bankruptcy lawyer, Preston understands the stress his clients are experiencing, and takes a friendly and compassionate approach to serving them.
Most individuals are eligible to obtain a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 discharge of their debts. If you have issues with payment of credit cards, medical bills, mortgage obligations, payday loans, home foreclosure, lawsuits, garnishments, auto repossessions or other secured or unsecured debt, our Santa Cruz bankruptcy law firm can help you answer the question, “Should I file bankruptcy?“
When individuals seek bankruptcy protection, they are exercising rights contained in the Constitution. The United States Constitution, in Article 1, Section 8 gives Congress the power to establish laws regarding bankruptcies. Many rich and famous individuals, as well as ordinary citizens who have encountered financial hardships have sought the assistance of the Bankruptcy Courts and emerged from the process armed with their “fresh start.”