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Understanding when it is a good time to file for bankruptcy

Dealing with debt is anything but easy. Even in small forms can be detrimental for residents in California and elsewhere. However, before seeking debt relief, an individual should take the time to fully assess their situation and whether or not it is the right time for them to file for bankruptcy. While bankruptcy might be the ultimate answer to their debt problems, debtors should take the time to fully understand the process and how it could impact their current and future financial situation.

Helping you navigate the bankruptcy process

Financial problems tend to enter the lives of individuals in California and elsewhere. While these issues could be minor and very temporary, other individuals are dealing with major debt that causes them serious financial disruptions. Although bankruptcy is often avoided or used as a last resort measure, it should be known that bankruptcy could provide positive financial outcomes, even giving an individual a fresh financial start.

Understanding what constitutes police misconduct

Encounters with law enforcement are not always easy and straightforward. For some California residents, being approached and questioned by the police is not an easy situation. While law enforcement officers are empowered to protect the laws of the land and protect its citizens, there are some limits to this power. Even if an officer believes they are enforcing the law, some conduct carried out is not only unlawful but also violates the rights of individuals.

Pedestrian seriously hurt in hit-and-run in Long Beach

Motorists have many obligations. Even if operating a motor vehicle appears to be a simple and routine task, it is an activity that requires much attention and care. Drivers are obligated to uphold a duty of care. The size and weight of a motor vehicle could deem it a weapon in certain situations, causing serious and even fatal injuries in the event of a crash. Much like a driver is expected to follow the rules of the road while operating a motor vehicle, they are also expected to follow the laws in the event of a car accident. Failure to do so is deemed a hit-and-run, which could result in criminal and civil penalties for a driver.

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP Announces that it Has Filed A Claim for Its Client Against Huntington Beach Police For Injuries He Sustained From a Dog Bite

Attorney Alex Galindo with the law offices of Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP has filed a $2,200,000 tort claim with the City of Huntington Beach Police Department. The tort claim is a precursor to the filing of a lawsuit. Mr. Galindo's client, Ryan Abney age 24 alleges that he was leaving a private house party with a friend at approximately 1:30AM on February 19, 2017 in the City of Huntington Beach.

Bankruptcy Specialist Jeffrey B. Smith attorney with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP Announces New Rates and Fees to Assist In the Filing of a Bankruptcy Petition.

Attorney Jeffrey B. Smith, is a bankruptcy specialist and partner with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP, he can help those who are facing foreclosure or subject to judgment and or tax liens.

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