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“Seattle Bankruptcy Attorney Who Gets Debt Relief Fast”

When times are tough and you’re struggling to pay your bills, choosing to work with a local Washington State law firm that has helped hundreds of people can make all of the difference. Symmes Law Group helps people just like you who are feeling the financial burden of their growing debt and are looking for answers.

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Seattle bankruptcy lawyer Richard J. Symmes has filed hundreds of bankruptcy petitions, saved numerous homes from the brink of foreclosure, and assisted consumers in the settlement of numerous debts and now you can benefit from the years of experience Symmes Law Group has in dealing with creditors, debt collectors, and big banks who want to garnish your wages or foreclose on your home.

When you hire a great debt relief attorney you will instantly feel at ease in knowing that you have an expert in your corner who can answer all of your questions and make sure you are being taken care of. Symmes Law Group strives to offer unparalleled personal service to help keep you sleeping well at night.

During your free initial consultation, all of your questions and concerns can be addressed and you will learn if you are a good candidate for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy or whether the Washington State Foreclosure Fairness mediation or debt settlement makes more sense. If there are other matters in which you need assistance with involving credit repair, business or trademarks, we can help you out with those questions as well.

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Don’t wait to call. Your consultation is free and even if you don’t plan on taking action immediately it is a good idea to start planning your next moves prior to seeking professional help as your actions now could affect whether you qualify for a specific course of action at a later date.

 



  • Lisa A Wagner Avatar

    I have been so impressed with the kindness and professionalism of Richard . Any delays in this bankruptcy process has been entirely mine, not his, and I am extremely grateful for his patience with me in answering all my questions. He has Always been polite, even when I know I probably would have been impatient if I were in his shoes. 🙂 I would highly recommend him to anyone who might need the services he provides.

    Lisa A Wagner 9/19/2019
    Melissa Vazquez Avatar

    Richard is extremely knowledgeable and efficient. He was also incredibly responsive. I would send emails at all hours of the day and night due to my crazy work schedule and he would answer promptly every time. It's hard to get service like that these days. Going through a legal process is stressful during the best of times, but I always felt 100% confident that he would do a fantastic job. I highly recommend his services.

    Melissa Vazquez 6/25/2019
  • Karen Pettus Avatar

    Richard is an excellent lawyer he will get the job done fast and efficient he sis an excellent job for me and my family during a stressful time when my mother past away we email home a question on a Sunday expecting to hear from him on Monday much to our surprise he would respond on the same day whenever we called him he would answer the phone if he dis not answer the phone he would call back a... read more

    Karen Pettus 8/25/2019
    Melody Sierra Avatar

    He was amazing. He was always available. He answered every question. He responded so quickly, day and night, weekends. I was so nervous through this process and he was like a rock. I couldn't believe how easy he made it. I wish he did other types of law because I would hire him for everything.

    Melody Sierra 9/18/2019
  • Ehren Martorella Avatar

    Richard is fantastic! He was very informative and kind. He answered all our questions and was very patient. His response time is incredible too. Even if I sent an email late at night or on a weekend, I typically received a response within an hour. He made the process very easy and helped keep our stress levels low.

    Ehren Martorella 7/18/2019

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as the “fresh start” bankruptcy because it allows debtors to eliminate most if not all of their unsecured debt, including credit cards, medical bills, and payday loans, while stopping garnishments and foreclosures. In essence, it allows a debtor to get a fresh start and begin rebuilding credit immediately. In most cases you get to retain all of your assets. Read more here…
A chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to file a 3-5 year repayment plan that will be overseen by the Chapter 13 trustee in which you will pay off all or part of your debts from your future income. You can use Chapter 13 to prevent a house foreclosure, pay back taxes, make up missed car and mortgage payments, stop interest from accruing on your tax debt (including Washington State, or Federal taxes), and keep non-exempt property. Read more here…
Debt settlement is an alternative to bankruptcy in which attorney Richard Symmes will negotiate with your creditors and settle your unsecured credit card debts for on average between 20%-60% less than what you owe. People who consider debt settlement either don’t qualify or want to file for bankruptcy for various reasons or they have funds available in which to negotiate with their creditors for a lump sum payment. Read more here…

Latest News on the Symmes Law Group Bankruptcy Blog

What is a Trust and Do I Need One? (5/31/2020) - You may have heard it is a good idea to create a trust for you and your family but you may first need to learn about what is a trust and whether you actually need one.  The answer on whether
How Do I Get Coronavirus Financial Relief? (3/21/2020) - If you are liking many Americans, you are looking to get coronavirus financial relief, likely due to a job loss, or loss of income that has resulted due to forced business closures across the United States due to the Coronavirus.
What is the Washington State Distressed Property Law RCW 61.34? (2/15/2020) - The Washington State distressed property law RCW 61.34 is designed to make sure that homeowners who are struggling to pay on a mortgage are not being taken advantage of by investors or wholesalers who engage in a pattern of conduct
Is My Personal Injury Claim Protected If I File Bankruptcy? (1/25/2020) - A Personal injury claim may or may not be protected if you file for bankruptcy and will depend on several factors discussed below. Often times consumers thinking about filing bankruptcy have suffered some sort of personal injury or have been
Should You Settle Debts or File Bankruptcy? (11/12/2019) - Asking whether you should settle debts or file bankruptcy is a common question consumers have when struggling to keep up with monthly debt obligations. The answer to whether you should settle debts or file bankruptcy depends on several factors and
What is the New Small Business Chapter 11 Bankruptcy? (10/22/2019) - On Friday August 23, 2019, President Trump signed the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 into law, which includes a new small business chapter 11 bankruptcy.  This law will go into effect in February of 2020 and could benefit many
How Should Consumers Prepare for the Next Recession? (9/7/2019) - If you want to prepare for the next recession, you will need to take steps now to ensure that you are ready to protect what you already have and build a nest egg for the future. As of the time
What is Financial Self Defense? (7/31/2019) - Financial self defense is a term used to describe your overall financial well being and planning for the future and unknown.  I had the chance to discuss this topic on 1150 AM KKNW radio with Dr. James Gore the host

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