How? Larkin Law is a bankruptcy and debt relief law firm that offers small firm service from an experienced, former big firm bankruptcy attorney. With many years of bankruptcy experience under his belt practicing at large firms, Perris bankruptcy attorney Jeffrey Larkin knows that bankruptcy is not the only option for repairing one’s finances and escaping debt. With every case having its own unique problems, Mr. Larkin provides each client with a unique solution, one that solves the problem and prepares you for a better financial future.
Avoid bankruptcy mills that offer “one-size-fits-all” advice, and choose bankruptcy attorney Jeffrey Larkin to receive customized care, personal service, and the best legal advice possible. He will take the time to tell you about all options that may be available to you in lieu of filing for bankruptcy, and make sure that you completely understand the pros and cons in order to make an informed decision that is right for you and your family.
There are many options to consider if you’re facing debt such as credit repair, debt settlement, short sale, loan modification or one of the many other options available. For instance, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the best solution for you and Mr. Larkin will work diligently with you from start to finish and never hand you off to a paralegal or legal assistant. Working with the Larkin Law Firm, the road to financial recovery won’t be as hard as you may think.
In 2008, Jeffrey Larkin was among the top five Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California. His years of working at big law firms gave him the experience needed to solve your financial crisis. He understands what is most important—finding a resolution for his clients. Contact Larkin Law today and receive a free consultation either in person or by phone. It is an easy first step towards a debt free life tomorrow.
“Perris Peter” was a young husband and father working in the car sales industry. Perris Peter moved from Tennessee after meeting his wife in California while on a 2 week vacation. Peter was able to get a job at a used car lot and his hard work helped him climb up the ladder and become manager. For a number of years things were great. Beginning in 2008, however, Perris Peter was demoted back to salesman due to the recession and was forced to take a pay cut. As a result, Peter relied on credit cards to supplement his living expenses hoping that it would be temporary. His goal was to resume his manager position once things picked back up and pay off his debt then.
Unfortunately for Perris Peter, it was 4 years before he resumed the manager position. By that time, he owed $62,000.00 in credit card debt and felt trapped. After consulting with his wife, Perris Peter made the decision to call Perris bankruptcy lawyer Jeffrey Larkin and schedule a free consultation. A review of his finances clearly showed that Peter’s best way out of debt was to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. A bankruptcy petition was prepared and filed which stopped all of the harassing creditors who were calling him for money. 100 days later, Perris Peter was debt free and received a bankruptcy discharge from the court eliminating all of his debt. With his finances back in order, Perris Peter and his wife are expecting a baby in the coming months.
If you or someone you know needs to file for bankruptcy protection or has debts beyond their control, please call the Larkin Law Firm for your free, no obligation consultation. A phone consultation is also available from the comfort of your own home where all of your questions will be answered and a complimentary debt relief plan will be prepared for you.
Perris is a small city in Riverside County that was originally settled during the boom period in Southern California. The city of Perris is also well known for the tourist attraction “Rock Castle,” a 4,000 square foot house made out of 30 tons of river rock. Perris grew when the railroad first came through town, and managed to survive even after the railroad left. Today it is home to a diverse group of residents, and offers plenty of opportunity for recreation. It is popular for hot air ballooning, skydiving, and is also home to the Orange Empire Railway Museum.
As of 2012, the population of Perris was approximately 71,000. The median household income is $36,229.00 and the median home value is $140,900.00. The City of Perris offers a Green Light Savings Program that assists eligible homeowners to reduce their energy costs by providing financial assistance for energy efficient upgrades in their existing home. To learn more about this program, click here.