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Consumers and Businesses Suffering Financial Hardship Due To COVID-19 - Price Law Group Can Help

Price Law Group offers consumers and businesses suffering a financial hardship due to COVID-19 the assistance they need in filing for bankruptcy. Millions of Americans have been laid off, furloughed indefinitely and fired from their jobs or places of employment as a result of COVID-19. If you have found yourself in this position and are struggling with existing debt that is beginning to pile up, bankruptcy can be right for you. File for bankruptcy due to COVID-19 with Price Law Group today, call 866-210-1722.

Consumers in California, Arizona, Nevada and Texas can get the assistance that they need from Price Law Group. Since 1991, we have helped individuals and businesses file for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Both types of bankruptcy can get you the financial relief from the debts that you owe, but in Chapter 7, you do now owe back any money on any of the items you place in bankruptcy that are approved.

Consumers and businesses in the states of California, Texas, Arizona and Nevada must be approved to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and we will help check to see if you qualify. With this horrible pandemic that has hit the nation, we want to help you pick up the pieces and get back to living as normal as possible after the pandemic ends.

Struggling to make ends meet and living paycheck to paycheck is stressful enough as it is. When COVID-19 has made it so you are unable to meet your financial obligations, the time to take action is now. With millions of people losing their jobs, get ahead of the herd and start your bankruptcy filing today. 

When you need financial relief on your outstanding debts, get in touch with Price Law Group at 866-210-1722 for more information. When you are looking for a way to take control of your financial situation and get the relief you need from the financial obligations you can no longer meet, we are here to help. Start the filing process for your COVID-19 related bankruptcy