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National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

We are a federally designated Debt Relief Agency under the United States Bankruptcy Laws. We assist people with finding solutions to their debt problems, including, where appropriate, assisting with the filing of petitions for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

Orange County Attorney Practice Areas

As an Orange County law firm, let’s discuss the practice area where we have training and experience working in, and how they can benefit you.

If you want to know more details about a specific practice area, just click on the name of that practice are for complete information.

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – The most common form of bankruptcy is a Chapter 7 liquidation and our office can assist you with your pre-petition legal issues through discharge of your case as well as with post-discharge credit clean up.
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – Protection under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code will allow you to repay a portion of your debts through a payment plan approved by the Court. Kyllander Law, APC can guide you through your income, debts and expenses to formulate a feasible plan that is in your best interest.
  • FDCPA Cases – Under the Federal Debt Collection Protection Act, you may be entitled to damages in the event of creditor abuse. Relief and damages from creditor violations may be pursued before, during and/or after your bankruptcy case.

Please view our case studies to see the kind of results you may realize in each of our practice areas.

For additional information on how an experienced Orange County attorney can help you with debt relief issues, please visit our Free Resources section.


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