Blythe is a city in Riverside county that border Arizona along the I-10. Named after Thomas Blythe a gold prospector, the city is mainly agricultural in nature. The population is around 15,000 people and there is not a great deal of industry within the city. Blythe is around 1.5 hours to Indio which is where I mainly practice bankruptcy. I drive to Blythe on occasion to meet clients and have to drive through Desert Center on my way there. Blythe has a hot climate. Although Blythe is a small town it is within 4 hours driving of 10% of the U.S population. The median income in Blythe is well below the rest of California and if you are facing financial hardship and overwhelmed by debt then bankruptcy is a strong option for you and its likely that you will qualify for a chapter 7. Blythe is around 2.5 hours from Riverside which is where the 341 hearings for bankruptcy cases are held and shows how big Riverside county is. I travel between Phoenix and Palm Desert frequently and can meet you to discuss bankruptcy and other debt options if you are facing credit card debt, problems paying your mortgage or other debt related issues.