I don’t want the Court to take my assets after I file for Bankruptcy. Can I transfer my assets to my brother and then file?

Absolutely not. What the above question lays out is exactly what the courts are trying to avoid---having debtors hide assets when filing for bankruptcy. If you do this, the Trustee has the power to reverse that transaction and possibly liquidate that asset for the benefit of creditors. Moreover, if the Trustee can prove that you intended to defraud the creditors, the Court can deny your discharge altogether. Call our office at 916-800-7690 to schedule your FREE consultation with an experienced Bankruptcy attorney right away.

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Here at Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer, we set ourselves apart from other firms because we provide direct client to attorney contact from the initial consultation all the way through the discharge in your particular case. We will not pawn your case off to a staff member at any point through the process. When you call Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer, you WILL speak with local Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer Pauldeep Bains. Please call Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer ASAP at 916-800-7690 to schedule your FREE in-person or phone consultation with Pauldeep Bains and let Sacramento Bankruptcy Lawyer begin getting you the fresh start that you deserve.

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