Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Palm Desert

I now serve clients through the Coachella Valley with a more permanent structure law office in order to help people file for bankruptcy.

I was running a virtual practice out of San Francisco but would take clients all over California. The majority of my clients were coming from the inland empire and I was spending a lot of time at the court in Riverside for trustee hearings.

I have decided to open in a office in the Palm Springs and Palm Desert area so that I can help people who are struggling to pay their bills and having foreclosure problems more directly with easy access to the Riverside Court. My practice is one that allows me to work from afar and gather all your documents that are necessary to file a bankruptcy petition and with fax, internet, scanner technologies all of this can be done very easily, however I think that having a local office can better assist certain clients at times so I will be doing a direct local marketing campaign in Indio, Rancho Marage, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Redlands, Desert Hot Springs, Blythe, and other desert cities in the Coachella Valley in order to assist one of the hardest hit areas in the country for bankruptcy filings, foreclosures, and high unemployment.

Riverside county has close to 15% unemployment and that doesn’t even count the underemployed and people who have given up on finding a job.

My office will be in Palm Springs starting on August 1, 2010 and I will be traveling there frequently between now and then.

If you are facing foreclosure, have high debt amounts or believe that debt settlement or bankruptcy might help you, please do not hesitate to call me during this transition and I will be able to meet you in person and discuss your options with you.

Chris Hewitt 415-265-2917