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Chris Jackson Law, PC - Christopher J. Jackson

Bankruptcy Attorney Chris Jackson believes in providing thorough, compassionate and cost-effective service to his Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients. He can help you save your assets, eliminate debts and reduce your stress. Call us now for a Free Attorney Consultation. By the end of the consulation, you should have a clear understanding of your options and have all your questions answered. Call Now: 831-655-5111

Once you retain our law firm, Chris Jackson will handle your case from beginning to end. He is always accessible and responsive. He makes the process simple, stress-free & painless. With a down payment of $500, Chris will begin your case and start taking your creditor’s calls.

Our philosophy is simple: We exist because of our clients. Therefore, we are dedicated to their needs and provide each one with compassionate, personal and thorough service. We are always accessible and responsive. The testimonials from our clients attest to this. Attorney Chris Jackson's "Client Distinction Awards" from 2012-2015 (awarded to only the top 1% of attorneys in the U.S. based upon Client Reviews) is further evidence of how we treat our clients.

If you are struggling with financial challenges, you are not alone. We believe everyone deserves a fresh start. Let yours begin with us. Call us today for a FREE CONSULTATION: (831) 655-5111.

Bankruptcy - An Overview


Bankruptcy laws were designed to ease the pressure of overwhelming debt. If the alternative to bankruptcy is spending the next 10 to 25 years paying off bills, you should consider your bankruptcy options.

The purpose of bankruptcy is to give you a true financial "Fresh Start." Depending upon your situation, you may qualify for either a "Chapter 7" bankruptcy or "Chapter 13" bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows you to unburden yourself by quickly eliminating most outstanding debts. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will keep all of your exempt assets (in about 97% of the cases, all assets are protected in bankruptcy). The main advantage of Chapter 7 bankruptcy is speed.
It saves assets, eliminates debts and gives you a fresh start in just a few months. Click here to learn more.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy consolidates certain debt (usually car loans and past-due payments on a car or home) and allows you to pay it off over 3-5 years. Like Chapter 7, you should keep all your assets. Although it is a longer-term commitment, the primary advantages of Chapter 13 are that you can (i) completely remove your second mortgage or HELOC on your house in certain situations; and/or (ii) have lower monthly out-of-pocket obligations by significantly reducing your car and/or home loan payments. To learn more, see Chapter 13.

Many clients wonder how bankruptcy will affect their credit. While bankruptcy will affect your credit to a degree, if you are in default on many bills, your credit score is likely already suffering. The good news is that filing for bankruptcy will wipe your debts clean on your credit report, and will generally improve your actual credit score! See Wall Street Journal Article: "Declaring Bankruptcy Can Improve Your Credit Score."

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Why Bankruptcy?
  • Stop Harassing Phone Calls
  • Get Rid of Debt
  • Stop a Foreclosure
  • Stop Repossession
  • Remove Second Mortgage & Equity Line
  • Ease Pressure & Achieve Financial Well-Being
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