Ending Vicious Financial Cycles Through Bankruptcy
There is an assumption that only the financially irresponsible and those who have accumulated high-interest credit card debt use bankruptcy to get out from under their bills. Not true! While credit card debt can ruin anyone's financial picture, medical issues, and the costs associated with them, result in the most bankruptcies.
At the Helbing Law Office, LLC, we help Fox Valley residents eliminate crushing medical and credit card debt through a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. We also strive to educate people on the Wisconsin-only option of a Chapter 128 payment plan.
Do not put off exercising your right to file bankruptcy and protect yourself from harassing creditors. To get yourself out of credit card debt, contact lawyer Timothy J. Helbing by calling our Appleton office at 866-654-1317.
When Credit Card Debt Goes Beyond Your Control
Waiting until you are in default is not a wise strategy. Wage garnishment could be imminent if you have extensive credit card debt and your interest rates suddenly rise and make it impossible for you to keep up with payments. Enlist the help of an Appleton lawyer to take action sooner rather than later.
Medical Issues Resulting in Crushing Debt
Medical problems often occur without warning, and when they do, they can result in an avalanche of unexpected medical bills and expenses. Even if your medical insurance covers some of the bills, insurance will only cover so much as the bills continue to fill your mailbox. Through no fault of your own, you could be faced with thousands of dollars in medical bills with seemingly no end in sight.
In situations like these, bankruptcy may be your way out of the vicious cycle that prevents you from getting ahead of your debts.
Contact a Medical Debt Law Firm in Oshkosh
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced attorney regarding overwhelming unsecured debt, please contact us.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.