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Do Not Be Overwhelmed By Your Debts

Suffering under a burden of debt when you can have a fresh start

On Behalf of | Jan 11, 2018 | Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Firm News |

Financial problems can put a huge burden on a marriage or a family. Believe it or not, there are few people that have not experienced them at some point in their lives. It is easy to believe that only people with little or no income experience financial problems, but the truth is people with a lot of money experience them just as much. The more money a person has, the more money that can be mismanaged.

A little credit can go a long way and quickly become a slippery slope. First-time credit card holders often start with a low-dollar credit amount and quickly find themselves up to the limit. Miss one payment or even be late, and all of a sudden the balance is over the limit with fees spiraling out of control.

Consumers with a great deal of credit are not exempt. The more credit, the more a person can spend. If a person is not good at managing their own spending habits, they will probably not be good at managing credit card balances either.

If you are one of the many who is overburdened with debt, you know how difficult and stressful life can become. Whether your debt is self-inflicted or from unexpected medical bills, loss of a job or other unavoidable situations, consider getting rid of the debt once and for all and starting over. It may sound like a dream, but for many people, it is possible.

Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be the way to do just that. In Chapter 7, most unsecured debt can be discharged, and other debt negotiated. If all you have is unsecured debt, you may be able to completely eliminate your debts.

Bankruptcy doesn’t follow you the rest of your life, preventing you from ever having credit again like some people believe. As a matter of fact, once the bankruptcy process is over, and you come out of it with little or no debt at all, it is usually only a matter of time before creditors will give you a second chance.

Don’t live with the stress of being unable to pay your bills and putting up with constant debt collection calls. A bankruptcy attorney can answer your questions and recommend a viable solution to your fiscal woes.