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1316 Central Ave. S. #102
Kent  WA  98032

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Bankruptcy
I am an experienced Seattle bankruptcy lawyer. I represent individuals, families, and businesses in chapter 7, chapter 12, and chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Offices in Seattle and Kent

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I help individuals and small businesses find create solutions to debt problems. Although I call myself a bankruptcy lawyer, I always see bankruptcy as a last resort. I work with clients to find alternatives to bankruptcy. If you do need to file bankruptcy, I can work with you to structure you bankruptcy to manage risk and improve outcomes. The Bankruptcy Code is very strict, so it is important to make sure that your asset protection strategies are within the boundaries of the law.

If you file bankruptcy, you will choose between chapter 7, chapter 13, or chapter 11. Depending on your circumstances, your assets, and your total debt, one of those three chapters will work for you. They each have their costs and benefits that will be unique to your situation.

I am experienced in working with foreclosures and voiding underwater second mortages, HELOC, and other debt attached to your home.

I am experienced in working with businesses in bankruptcy, whether you need to liquidate or reorganize. I can also work with sole proprietors and the owners of closely held corporations and LLCs to protect their business assets in a bankruptcy.

David Fuller

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Articles Written

Bankruptcy: What Is Property?

Created On: 10/15/2012

Learn about the various types of property and assets that should be disclosed in your bankruptcy petition.

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