Los Angeles Bankruptcy Self Help. Cheap, Fast, Easy.


Los Angeles Bankruptcy Self HelpLos Angeles Bankruptcy self help just got better. This is a cheap, fast, and easy way to get Los Angeles Bankruptcy self help. It’s yours for about $11.95 and worth many times the money. We should know. It’s OUR book. This book is the finest BANKRUPTCY EXPLAINER available. You should have it whether you file with or without a lawyer. We took complex subjects. And we made them easy to learn.

We have each been practicing Los Angeles bankruptcy attorneys for more than 3 decades. We have gained tremendous experience watching the mistakes that get made in bankruptcy cases. Most bankruptcy mistakes are avoidable. But you can’t avoid making them if you don’t know what they are. 

Bankruptcy law is terribly complicated. A modern bankruptcy case just ain’t no do-it-yourselfer. It probably never was. But these new laws are so complicated that only bankruptcy specialists really understand all of it. If you need bankruptcy, you need a simple, easy to understand explanation. Without good help, you are a sitting duck for trouble to find you. Whether you do your own case, or hire a lawyer. Either way, your knowledge is key.

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Self Help Was Never Better. 

Our bankruptcy philosophy is simple. Get in. Get out. Move on. That doesn’t happen unless your case goes smoothly. It won’t go smoothly if you are unprepared for bumps in the road. Trust me. The bumps are there. Lots of them. The bankruptcy statute is full of pitfalls that will trap the unwary. Here is an example. This is the actual part of the bankruptcy law that deals with the “Means Test,” (11 U.S.C. 707). This section of law MUST be dealt with by every consumer seeking bankruptcy relief. See if you can understand what this says?

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(1) (A)
(i) In considering under paragraph (1) whether the granting of relief would be an abuse of the provisions of this chapter, the court shall presume abuse exists if the debtors current monthly income reduced by the amounts determined under clauses (ii), (iii), and (iv), and multiplied by 60 is not less than the lesser of—

(I) 25 percent of the debtor’s nonpriority unsecured claims in the case, or $6,000, whichever is greater; or
(II) $10,000.

Good news just caught up with you. Los Angeles Bankruptcy Self Help is here.

A HUMAN GUIDE TO BANKRUPTCY – By Leon Bayer and Jeffrey Wishman 

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Self HelpThis is bankruptcy, made pure and simple. It’s a HUMAN approach to law.

A complicated law becomes easy to understand.

Leon Bayer and Jeffrey Wishman are Los Angeles Bankruptcy attorneys. They each have more than 34 years of experience in Los Angeles Bankruptcy Court.

The book has a special focus on avoiding common mistakes. It covers Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.



Do you like reading questions and answers? You’re sure to like the “ASK LEON” column. Los Angeles Bankruptcy Specialist Leon Bayer answers real questions. You will find it on the Nolo Publications bankruptcy blog web site. We are also found on Google+. 


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Leon Bayer and Jeffrey Wishman are Los Angeles Bankruptcy attorneys. They have been practicing bankruptcy lawyers in Los Angeles for 37 years and are Certified Bankruptcy Specialists by the State Bar of California. These are lawyers who bring experience, skill and creativity to the highly complex area of bankruptcy law. At this Los Angeles law firm, the your initial consultation with an expert is free. Mr. Bayer is a coauthor of Nolo's The New Bankruptcy: Will It Work for You?, authors the “Ask Leon” series on Nolo’s Bankruptcy, Debt & Foreclosure blog, and writes on bankruptcy topics for Nolo’s website. In addition, Mr. Bayer devotes a significant number of hours to volunteer legal services. The State Bar of California has commended Mr. Bayer for this work every year since 2004.