About Julius J. Cherry, Esq.

Julius J. Cherry, Esq. has served Sacramento in many capacities, including fire chief, attorney, and volunteer on many nonprofit boards and commissions. A bankruptcy tailored to meet your specific needs starts with an informal discussion with your attorney. Your specific concerns will be addressed with advice tailored to meet your goals with as little disruption as possible. For more, see Julius J. Cherry, Esq.

  What Bankruptcy Can Do  

Protect Your Rights and Property

  Stop bill collectors cold. No more annoying calls or collection letters. Image of angry man looking at telephone receiver.

Bill Collectors Stopped

Immediately halt bill collectors. Just tell bill collectors that you are represented by Julius J. Cherry attorney at law. We handle it from there. See Bankruptcy and Bill Collectors

  Foreclosure can be stopped immediately with bankruptcy filing. Image of house keys on notice of foreclosure documents.

Your Home Saved

Avoid or stop foreclosure on your home. Give yourself time to work out a plan to save your home, including mortgage adjustment to lower home loan payments. See Bankruptcy and Mortgage

  Release garnishment of wages and perhaps even get some of that money back. - Image of business man with trouser pockets turned inside out.

Wage Attachment Ended

Stop money from being taken out of your paycheck to pay for for judgments. It is even possible to get some of the money back. See Bankruptcy and Wage Garnishment

  After bankruptcy a fresh start on your finances can put you right. Image of smiling woman holding a new credit card.

A Fresh Start

Clear your old debt and start with a "clean slate", giving you a fresh start and a chance to rebuild your financial life. See Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy

  Latest foreclosure and bankruptcy news. Image of globe next to the word news.

Bankruptcies Up 14% in FY 2010

Business bankruptcies fall from previous year, but personal bankruptcies rise despite offical end of recession. See Bankruptcy News