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Santa Rosa Bankruptcy Lawyer
Jennifer Hendrickson

Hendrickson Law Group, PC

Jennifer Hendrickson is a TOP RATED Bankruptcy Attorney in Sonoma County, California. 

She is a Super Lawyers "Rising Star."


Santa Rosa Bankruptcy Law Offices | Hendrickson Law Group, PC specializes in Tax Filing, Overpayments and Refund Claims, and Client Services. I pride myself on offering my clients the very best advice in specific areas of expertise. I know what I do best, and will bring an unparalleled depth of knowledge to your case. I specialize to win.

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Chapter 7  - Liquidation
Chapter 13 - Reorganization

Consumer Bankruptcy takes planning and experience.  Credit card debt? Medial expenses you cannot pay? Debt collector harassment? Get control of your life back.

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Eviction and Foreclosure Defense

Save your home.  Give yourself time.

Record unemployment and falling profits has led to aggressive collection measures by banks and landlords.  A well-planned bankruptcy can potentially protect your home from foreclosure or save you from immediate eviction.

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Wage Garnishments & Bank Levies

Protect Your Paycheck

If your wages have been garnished, you have been served with a garnishment order, or your bank account has been frozen and levied, you need to act fact to protect your assets.  If your employer or bank has not released funds, we can act fast to protect your assets.

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Experienced and Affordable Bankruptcy Attorney helping Santa Rosa and Sonoma County residents facing wage garnishment, bank levy, foreclosure, eviction or overwhelming debt.


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Sonoma County tenants, landlords face challenges as home evictions resume in pandemic

October 20, 2020

Significant job losses early in the pandemic made it difficult for thousands of Sonoma County residents to pay rent, and they are still struggling in the absence of additional government aid. State and federal mandates had protected tenants affected by the coronavirus, physically or financially.
However, renters now can be evicted for causes such as lease violations after a statewide ban expired at the end of August. Some local property owners are taking action to do just that.
If you are facing eviction or foreclosure, you can put an immediate stop to that process and protect your family through bankruptcy.

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Housing and Renter Support during COVID-19

September 12, 2020

COVID-19 Eviction Defense Ordinance

On March 24, 2020, the Board of Supervisors took action to approve the COVID-19 Eviction Defense Ordinance, effective immediately and for the duration of the declared Local Emergency in Sonoma County.

This ordinance creates a legal defense for tenants who live anywhere in Sonoma County and  are being evicted due to non-payment of rent and who can demonstrate financial losses due to lost work or medical expenses resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.

The ordinance requires that tenants who use this defense share that information with their landlord to support claims for any prospective mortgage relief.

The Ordinance will continue for 60 days after the end of the emergency. Rent is not forgiven for tenants with a hardship, but landlords must work with tenants on a rent repayment program that will allow tenants to stay housed during this emergency.

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