The Eranthe Law Firm counsels and represents debtors in chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy, student loans and IRS tax disputes. We understand that these are difficult economic times and asking for help is a big step.

Attorney Catherine Eranthe

Attorney Catherine Eranthe

Many different things can contribute to a feeling of financial overwhelm. Perhaps you lost your job, were downsized or became employed part time. Maybe a family member became ill,  reducing overall income and adding medical expenses. Or maybe you are juggling payments and borrowing more money to cover the payments on money that you borrowed a year or more ago. Learn the seven signs that you are over your head.

This web site has been designed to provide you with education, news and information on the topics of bankruptcy law, IRS tax disputes and related financial information. You are not alone and laws still exist to protect you from creditors’ harassment. If there are topics you would like to see covered, please drop us a line and we will be glad to add articles on your requested topic. This site will be growing and new articles will appear over time.

Bankruptcy is Still an Option

Are your credit card debts out-of-control? Have you taken pay day loans? Do you have accumulated medical debt? Is your house scheduled for a foreclosure sale? Have your bank accounts been levied because of your debts? Have your wages been garnished? Have your creditors filed a lawsuit or taken a judgment? Do you want to get out of debt so you can enjoy financial freedom? We promise prompt relief from creditor harassment.

Bankruptcy is a legal debt relief tool. You may:

  • Eliminate credit card debt
  • Stop creditors’ harassing telephone calls
  • Stop a foreclosure or trustee sale
  • Strip some second mortgages in a chapter 13
  • Halt a civil lawsuit
  • Prevent or stop wage garnishments
  • Enable a “Fresh Start”
  • Begin to rebuild your financial future