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Burien Bankruptcy Lawyer

Financial problems, credit card debt, student loan debt, medical bills, foreclosure problems, are overwhelming problems. Having a Burien bankruptcy lawyer that has experience, understanding, and empathy for the problems that you face makes the process of bankruptcy easier, more acceptable, and provides you with the stress relief that you need. At the Law Office of Mark McClure, our experienced Burien bankruptcy attorneys will make sure your financial problems are treated with dignity and respect and will fight to protect your family's assets, vehicles, and home utilizing the laws to your maximum benefit.

Our Burien Bankruptcy Attorneys focus on:
  • Stopping Garnishments
  • Stopping Lawsuits
  • Restoring Driver's Licenses and eliminating Traffic Tickets
  • Eliminating Medical Bills
  • Eliminating Credit Card Bills
  • Managing Student Loan Debt
  • Stopping Foreclosures
  • Stripping Second Mortgages
  • Stripping HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit) Loans
  • Providing You will financial control and peace of mind
Call our Burien Bankruptcy Attorneys Now @ (253) 631-6484

About Burien, Washington

Burien was settled by the Europeans in 1864. George Ouellette purchased a number of land patents for homestead site directly from the U.S. Federal Land Office after immigrating to the United States from Quebec – and Burien was born. There's a myth known locally that this city was named by Mike Kelly when he emerged from the woods and said, "Today is truly a sunny dale." Burien is still called Sunnydale in some areas these days. However Burien got its name, the city is grown from a small community to a city with more than 33,000 residents.

Believe it or not, Burien was just an unincorporated area of King County until 1993, when voters approved the final incorporation of the city of Burien. Residents of the Burien had brought up the suggestion to incorporate a city in the late 1980s due to a number of problems that residents felt were not being addressed by the council of King County. It took several years, however, to gain enough momentum to turn the unincorporated King County area into a city.

In 2010, North Highline – previously an unincorporated area of King County – became part of Burien. The annexation added approximately 14,000 citizens to the city, bringing the total population to 46,022. That addition made Burien the 21st largest city in the state of Washington. Despite its somewhat large population, Burien contracts with the King County Sheriff's Department for police services, as do most of the cities in King County. There are 41 patrol officers, support personnel, detectives, and a fulltime police Chief assigned to the city.

Burien has one of the largest areas of water in the region. 43% of the city's total area is water. Burien is also one of the most diverse cities in the Seattle Metropolitan Area aside from Seattle. This city's demographics are as follows: 75.74% of the population is non-Hispanic White, 5.14% is African-American, 7% of the population is Asian, 1.29% is Native American, 1.16% is Pacific islander, 10.66% of the population is Hispanic, and 4.28% is two or more races.

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