Jeffrey D. Larkin, Your Redlands Bankruptcy Attorney

The Larkin Law Firm Is Your Solution to a Debt-Free Life!

If you are struggling to pay your bills and feel like you have run out of options then you need a knowledgeable Redlands bankruptcy attorney to review all of your financial options so you have the necessary information to make the decision that is right for you and your family.

As we all know, important financial decisions made today can have a huge impact on your life in the future. When considering filing for bankruptcy or other debt relief options, these important decisions should only be made after consulting with a qualified and experienced redlands bankruptcy lawyer who regularly practices law in your area of need.

What Makes The Larkin Law Firm Different?

The Larkin Law Firm understands that every case is different, and that filing for bankruptcy protection may not be the best solution to your problem. What makes our firm different is that we take the time to consider all of your options, not just bankruptcy; to address your debts. We review all the facts and then make intelligent recommendations about how to best fix your financial problems and eliminate your debt. If filing for bankruptcy protection is the best solution in your case, our firm is with you every step of the process to ensure a smooth transition from start to finish. If another option is better suited for your particular needs, we are there to assist in the negotiation and expedient resolution of your financial troubles.

About Jeffrey Larkin

Jeffrey D. Larkin is a bankruptcy and consumer debt relief attorney with a decade of experience. He has spent years practicing bankruptcy law and consumer debt relief, gaining invaluable experience at the two largest bankruptcy firms in San Diego County. In 2009, Mr. Larkin formed The Larkin Law Firm to provide residents of San Diego and the Inland Empire intelligent solutions to their debt. Having been born and raised in San Bernardino, Mr. Larkin is a graduate of Aquinas High School and California State University San Bernardino.

Get In Touch With Us Today!

Whatever your financial problems may be, you can rest assured that the advice received at your free consultation will be based on a careful analysis of the facts unique to your particular case. Furthermore, the option you choose will take into consideration your overall goals including debt relief, impact on credit, and rebuilding your credit score for the future. At The Larkin Law Firm, our goal is not only to solve your immediate financial problems, but also to help put you back on the road to financial recovery.

Visit our Redlands Bankruptcy Law Firm today which is conveniently located at:

1255 West Colton Avenue, Suite 520
Redlands, CA 92374

– Or give us a call today or send us a message to take the first step towards financial recovery. Our toll-free phone number is 1-877-NEW-HOPE (1-877-256-3946). The Larkin Law Firm is readily available to answer all your bankruptcy questions.

Redlands Bankruptcy Attorney Case Study

“Redlands Richard” was a master electrician who was let go from his job in 2010. Richard’s wife, “Redlands Renee” was only working part time and they desperately needed income to pay their bills and support their 3 children. Because of the real estate crisis, Richard was struggling to find any work as an electrician and was forced to take a job at the local casino to make ends meet. The job at the casino paid about half of what Redlands Richard had made as an electrician, but he did what needed to be done to put food on the table. In a span of 3 years, Redlands Richard and Renee had incurred $65,000 in credit card debt maintaining their family household.

With no available credit left and their home on the verge of foreclosure, Richard and Renee contacted the Larkin Law Firm and met with Redlands bankruptcy attorney Jeffrey D. Larkin for a free, no obligation consultation. Richard had since found work as an electrician but wasn’t in a position to bring his mortgage current and service the credit card debt that had been accumulated. Their goal was to hold onto their home and keep their children in the same schools in order to maintain a stable living environment for them.

After considering the overall goals for their family and looking at all options, Mr. Larkin determined that a Chapter 13 bankruptcy was the best debt relief plan for them. With a Chapter 13 bankruptcy and the assistance of Redlands bankruptcy lawyer Jeffrey D. Larkin, Richard and Renee were able to propose a plan of reorganization that was approved by the court which allowed them to get current on their mortgage over time and eliminate all of their credit card debt. They are now back on their feet with a monthly payment to the court that is less than what they were paying to service the minimum payments on their credit card debts.

If you or someone you know is under financial pressure, call the Larkin Law Firm for your free, no obligation consultation. Having a plan, and putting that plan to action are the keys to a new beginning. We are here to help!

About Redlands, California

Redlands is a city 10 miles east of San Bernardino County, with close to 70,000 residents and continues to grow. The city has a rich history in citrus crops and the railroad, and is known to many by its historical landmarks, including the Redlands Bowl. Redlands is home to the University of Redlands, a small private college with approximately 4,500 students. Redlands is also known for having one of the largest and most successful fresh farmer’s markets in the region as well as the Redlands Bicycle Classic. In recent years, Redlands has become well known as the home of a great Southern California brewery, Hangar 24.

The median resident age for individuals living in Redlands is 35.7 years old with an estimated median household income of $61,681. The City of Redlands offers more affordable homes with an estimated median house or condo value of $267,400 compared to the California average of $349,400. Redlands also participates in the Community Development Block Grant Program which distributes funds to eligible cities and counties to assist low and moderate-income households and neighborhoods. This program aims at providing suitable housing, creating a better quality of life while offering economic growth for low and moderate-income people.