Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar

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Free Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar

Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar –  sponsored by the Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation.

(The program is private for invitees only. But any person in need of bankruptcy advice in Los Angeles is invited to call Mr. Wishman directly for bankruptcy help at 213-629-8801.)

Since 1981, VSEDC has stimulated economic development in South Los Angeles through commercial projects, affordable housing initiatives and business development.To support the needs of small businesses in Los Angeles, VSEDC operates the City of Los Angeles BusinessSource Center for the South region. BusinessSource is funded by the City of Los Angeles Community Development Department to provide training, counseling and access to capital services for small businesses. For more information, click here.

About the Speaker at the Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar.

Free Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy SeminarJEFFREY N. WISHMAN

A practicing attorney since 1980, Mr. Wishman is a founding partner in the Los Angeles law firm of Bayer, Wishman & Leotta (1989) and is a Certified Specialist, Consumer and Small Business Bankruptcy Law, by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Wishman has been honored for volunteer bankruptcy work by Los Angeles Public Counsel. He is the author of the Human Guide to Bankruptcy. Mr. Wishman is very pleased to receive this speaking invitation. He looks forward to presenting this Free Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar. Mr. Wishman will be available to provide free Los Angeles Bankruptcy advice during the presentation and after the conclusion.

 

Grab a glimpse at some of the Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar topics:

What Chapter Should I File?

Chapter 7

Chapter 11

Chapter 13

  • Liquidation to remove unsecured debt used for credit cards and medical bills.
  • Little or no disposable income.
  • Trustees sell property back to creditors.
  • For low-income individuals.
  • Rehabilitation bankruptcy.
  • More involvement to consolidate.
  • Trustees appointed with attempt to pay back loans through asset sell offs.
  • Debt is not absolved.
  • Can pay back a portion of debts.
  • Regular income earned.  Offers more benefits.
  • Chance to keep property. 33% successful discharge.
  • Two thirds become Chapter 7 or are dismissed.