• Spectacular!

    I liked your fast, friendly service. You were all knowledgeable in the area of bankruptcy. Your treatment of me as a client was spectacular! You were great at promptly responding to my questions and concerns. I loved that you provided courteous and quick responses to all my questions.
    --Donna
  • Highly Recommended!

    I have worked with Seth and he is the utmost professional in how he works with his clients. If you need an attorney you can trust I would highly recommend the Law Office of Seth Hanson.
    --David
  • Very Professional.

    Everyone was very professional and efficient. Seth, and everyone that I had contact with were very knowledgeable. I was very pleased with how we were treated by his staff. My questions were always answered promptly. I was very pleased with the service I received and would not hesitate to refer someone to your firm.
    --Anonymous
  • Non-judgmental.

    You were very open and answered all of my questions. You never made me feel like I was asking a dumb question. I was comfortable with your knowledge of the law. It was hard for me to make this decision to move forward in my life. Everyone was friendly to me and respectful. Non-judgmental. Every question I asked was answered promptly and appropriately. I would recommend you.
    --Anonymous
  • More Than Expected!

    I found the firm's representation to be more than what I expected. I was always kept in the loop, all my questions were answered (whether or not I asked more than once the same question), and I felt completely supported by the firm staff when going through this (at times) scary ordeal. Thank you again.
    --Joanna
  • Very Impressed!

    I liked that you had very friendly, caring staff. You were all very knowledgeable. Your treatment towards me was excellent and you quickly responded to all my concerns. If a friend asked of your overall impression, I would say that we were very impressed and we would recommend you to them.
    --Danielle

Women Are Changing The Us Economy

In 1970 only 50% of women aged 25 to 54 contributed to the workforce. That figure has risen to 75% since then. Currently, women earn 80 cents on the dollar compared to their male counterparts which are a drastic improvement from the 59 cents on the dollar in 1970. In addition, the number of stay at home fathers has doubled since 1989.

Education

Currently, more women are enrolling in college than men. There is now an education gap between married couples. It is now more common for a woman to be more educated than her husband. In 1980 only 13% of women earned as much or more money than their husbands. That number increased to 31% by 2017. In 1970 there were no female C-level executives in the Fortune 500. Currently, there are 33 and every company in the S&P has one or more female board members.

Financial Decisions

These changes have increased women’s spending power and their say in familial financial decisions including vehicle and home purchases. Working wives and mothers may also be a driving force in the booming delivery service and e-commerce industries. Businesses are also having to change the way they market now that women are more prominent financial decision-makers.

Women and men also have differing opinions on how to use their disposable income. According to Merrill Lynch, 41% of women say they would use their disposable income to pay off debt versus just 36% of men. Single women also spend more money on groceries, health care, and shopping. The study found that single men spent significantly more on their cars.

For more information contact your Yuba City bankruptcy attorney (530) 797-4402.

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