How Do I Find A Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer?
If you are reading this page you probably already know that finding a Sacramento bankruptcy lawyer can be difficult. Very few Sacramento bankruptcy lawyers post enough information on their website to allow you to make an informed decision as to their rates, abilities, and background. Many Sacramento bankruptcy lawyers are reluctant to post this information because they don’t want to be competitive. Other bankruptcy lawyers provide brief, unhelpful information on their website because they undervalue educating clients. Despite the general lack of information available over the internet about Sacramento bankruptcy lawyers, it is important for you to compare bankruptcy lawyers before picking up the phone and booking a free consultation.
Screening bankruptcy lawyers using the information they make available on their website can help you find the right lawyer for your situation. To start with this process, search for “Sacramento bankruptcy attorney” or “Sacramento bankruptcy lawyer” on Google. The search results will list several Sacramento bankruptcy lawyers. The top bankruptcy lawyers will generally have more unique, relevant content than other lawyers further down in the search results. Click on a few of the top search results and read the attorney bio. Do you know who will be handling your case? What is his/her fees for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy? Do they offer a free consultation? How long is the free consultation? The answers to these questions will tell you if you will be dealing one-on-one with the attorney or their staff, if they are transparent with their fees from the start, and if they will give your case the time it deserves during the consultation.
The right Sacramento bankruptcy lawyer will meet the following criteria:
Once you have selected a handful of Sacramento bankruptcy attorneys that are transparent with their fees and generous with their time, call them to schedule a consultation. During the consultation be mindful of how thourough each attorney is being with your case. Are they filling out a comprehensive form from which they are analyzing your case? Most attorneys will reference an intake sheet to make sure they cover certain topics. On the other hand, if the attorney asks few questions and concludes the consultation after half an hour, you should probably keep looking.
Once you have found a bankruptcy lawyer in Sacramento CA that has been thorough with their analysis of your financial condition and transparent with their fees, you can sign a representation agreement and pursue meaningful debt relief.
Sacramento Law Group
331 J St #200
Sacramento, CA 95814