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Making Sense Of Your Financial Mess


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Making Sense Of Your Financial Mess

A few years ago, I realized that I had a real problem. I hadn't been able to pay my bills in awhile, and I was left wondering what to do. Bill collectors called me non-stop, and I wasn't sure how to go about making things right. Fortunately, a friend of mine who understood my mess explained that it might be a good idea to meet with a bankruptcy attorney. After I went, I was blown away with the level of care and understanding I was given. This website is all about helping other people to see the light, even when they are in the midst of battling a hectic financial situation.

4 Reasons To Hire A Bankruptcy Lawyer

If you're considering bankruptcy and are looking for a lawyer just because everyone said you needed one, you may have already seen that hiring a bankruptcy lawyer will cost you money. If you're on the verge of bankruptcy, that doesn't sound like pleasant news. In fact, you might wonder if it's better not to hire one so you can save that money. But hiring a bankruptcy lawyer is a crucial part of successfully filing for bankruptcy. Read More 

Resolving Your Debts Legally By Retaining A Local Bankruptcy Attorney

When you are facing mounting debts you cannot pay off, you fear your wages being garnished and your bank accounts being frozen. You want to get out of debt without putting your finances or assets at risk. Instead of leaving the debts to pile up and threaten your income and financial security, you can take legal action to deal with them effectively. Your first move might be to hire an experienced bankruptcy attorney where you live. Read More 

How Long Is the Bankruptcy Process?

It's common for clients to ask a bankruptcy lawyer, "Will the process take long?" No bankruptcy attorney can guarantee whether the process will be long or short. However, there are a few factors that typically determine how long bankruptcy will take. Type For the majority of folks, the type of petition is what most dictates the time of the process. Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the liquidation process, usually moves very quickly. This is especially the case if you don't have a lot of non-exempt assets for the court to place valuations on and sell. Read More 

Meeting With A Bankruptcy Law Attorney

If you are struggling to pay your bills and keep food on the table, you have likely considered filing for bankruptcy as a way to eliminate or reduce the debt you are responsible for paying. The circumstances you are experiencing make a difference in whether this is a wise choice or if you have other options to get bills paid and your creditworthiness back on track. Hiring a bankruptcy law attorney is helpful when going through the process. Read More 

How Does Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Work?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not exactly debt relief, but it is a way to get creditors off of your back and keep them at bay while you pay back your debts. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is different than Chapter 7, in that you do have to pay back your debts. With a Chapter 7, your debts are all free and clear; you no longer owe these debts and you have wiped your slate clean. Read More