Bankruptcy Law in California - Borowitz & Clark

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Wage Garnishment California
Wage garnishment is one way creditors can collect debts without your help — they just go straight to your employer. What are your rights in regards to wage garnishment in California? How long does it take to garnish wages after judgment, and who can garnish wages? Stop wage garnishment today by filing for bankruptcy.
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Santa Barbara Courthouse
Are you considering filing bankruptcy in the Los Angeles metro area, but aren’t sure where the court is located? Check out this guide.
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California Bankruptcy Exemptions
Most people who file for bankruptcy in L.A. are able to keep all their property thanks to the flexibility of the California bankruptcy exemptions.
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Bankruptcy Taxes California
Can state taxes be discharged in bankruptcy? Yes, but there are four hurdles you'll need to clear first if you're filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy in California.
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