Redlands Bankruptcy Attorney
Legal Representation for Personal & Business Bankruptcies in the Inland Empire
At Dolen, Tucker, Tierney & Abraham, APLC, our Redlands bankruptcy lawyer has been practicing law for over 30 years with a focus on bankruptcy cases since 2009. Bankruptcy attorney M. Wayne Tucker concentrates on helping individuals, families, and small business owners take advantage of state and federal bankruptcy law as a legitimate solution to resolve financial stress in the most effective way possible. If you are suffering from runaway debt, you can work with a highly-experienced attorney who has proven results to attack your financial scene and bring it back under your control.
Are you suffering from the distress of debt overload? Learn how bankruptcy can give you a fresh start by contacting us online or at (909) 473-4948 for a free initial consultation.
“Very friendly and professional, quick to respond to messages and phone calls, and very thorough.” - Aaron P.
“I completely recommend these amazing people. You can absolutely trust them.” - Chrissy L.
“Whenever I was feeling stressed out, he was able to talk me through it.” - Richard E.
Bankruptcy Cases in the Inland Empire
Bankruptcy offers a powerful legal strategy for the protection of assets and relief from overwhelming debt. If you are unable to stay current with your monthly payments, you are at risk of having creditors foreclose on your home, repossess your vehicle or other secured property, obtain judgments against you, and garnish your wages through the courts. Bankruptcy laws pertaining to Chapter 7 as well as Chapter 13 can protect you against these negative actions.
Even if the cause of your debt overload is out of your control, the debt burden remains. You may have suffered a job loss, small business failure, unexpected injury or illness, expensive divorce, or some other financial calamity that made it impossible for you stay solvent. These circumstances happen all the time to honest but unfortunate consumers throughout the U.S. Fortunately, the government has enacted bankruptcy law that can save homes and cars, reduce consumer debt, and provide a fresh start or debt reorganization for those who qualify.
The fresh financial start available through bankruptcy helps our clients keep their homes, cars, retirement accounts, and more while still getting relief from overwhelming debt. Bankruptcy law prohibits creditors from continuing their efforts to get you to pay them through constant calls, letters, and threats. Once a case is filed, you are protected from this harassment through an “automatic stay” by the court. Creditors then can only go through the courts seeking payment; they can no longer directly contact you. They cannot take your car, sell your home, take money from your bank accounts, or notify your employer to garnish your wages.
Our clients who have filed Chapter 13 have been able to catch up on missed mortgage payments, pay past income taxes, and reorganize their finances to achieve stability without the fear or threat of actions by creditors.
We offer a no-charge consultation to help determine if bankruptcy protection or some other strategy will work to help you as an individual, family, or small business. Instead of wondering if bankruptcy is right for you, contact our Redlands bankruptcy lawyer at Dolen, Tucker, Tierney & Abraham, APLC to schedule a consultation that will help you make an informed decision. Call (909) 473-4948 today.
What Sets Our Firm Apart?
Serving the Redlands Community since 1973
Over 100 Years of ExperienceWe know our way around the courtroom, and have a combined total of over 100 years of experience.
Our Redlands Roots Go Deep
Our attorneys have spent their entire careers here, and we're deeply invested in our community.
With You At Every Step
We know this process can be confusing, but we know the way forward - and we'll be with you at every step.
You'll Speak Directly With An AttorneyWe offer no-cost consultations for Personal Injury and Bankruptcy cases and low-cost consultations for Civil Litigation and Estate Planning.