Logo, Law Offices of Karen L. Grant

(805) 962-4413
924 Anacapa Street, Suite 1M
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Law Offices of Karen L. Grant

Founded in 1993, the Law Offices of Karen L. Grant provides quality bankruptcy and debt relief services to clients at a reasonable cost. Karen L. Grant’s dedication to quality, understanding of the law, trust and respect are the foundation of her legal practice. As a Certified Specialist in Bankruptcy Law by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization since 1995 and a practicing attorney since 1985, Karen L. Grant has the experience and expertise to guide her clients in their bankruptcy matters, whether as a debtor or a creditor. The law firm represents clients in bankruptcy filings ranging from complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization proceedings, to Chapter 13 Individual Debt Adjustment Plans and Chapter 7 Liquidation cases filed in Santa Barbara, California, including for debtors residing in Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties.

Karen L. Grant offers a free initial one-half hour consultation to discuss your situation and bankruptcy options. To set up an appointment to discuss your personal situation, please contact the office today to arrange a consultation. Prior to the consultation, we ask that you review certain notices required by law that discuss the various bankruptcy options and download and bring with you to the consultation an executed consultation agreement and receipt. Should you decide to proceed with the filing of a bankruptcy case, there are additional forms listed below that should be downloaded and filled out to allow us to accurately complete your bankruptcy petition and schedules. To learn more about Karen L. Grant, her bankruptcy practice, or to access available links relating to bankruptcy, please select from the list available above.
Depending on which type of bankruptcy relief is available to you, bankruptcy may stop a pending foreclosure, repossession or wage garnishment, discharge certain debts or allow you to catch up on arrearages owed to your lenders or taxes. In certain circumstances you may even be able to strip off a second mortgage on property whose value has fallen below what is owed against it. Whether you are struggling with credit card debt, student loans, medical bills or the potential loss of your assets or earnings, bankruptcy may help.
Important documents to review and bring to initial consultation:
Purposes, Benefits and Costs of Bankruptcy (Please review) Acknowledgment of Receipt
(Please sign and return)
Initial Consultation Agreement
(Please sign and return)

Important documents to download and complete for preparation of petition and schedules:

General Information Asset Information Budget Questions Creditor Information Sheet
Approved Credit Counseling Agencies Information Mandatory Checklist for Documents

Contact me in Santa Barbara, California, to work with my law firm for your bankruptcy case.

We are a debt relief agency. We help file for Bankruptcy Relief under the Federal Bankruptcy Code.