How Can Bankruptcy Help Me?
King and King,
Bankruptcy Attorneys, 1/4/2013
For many people, financial difficulties have a way of compounding quickly. Creditors call you looking for payment while you spend much of your day, and possibly some sleepless nights, looking for a way to make your budget work. Many companies offer debt relief, promising a way out with consolidation or debt settlement. Unfortunately, these can become more complicated and less successful than promised, leaving you back where you started.
This is how bankruptcy can help: where these programs fail, bankruptcy can succeed. Unlike private programs that focus primarily on profits for the companies providing them, bankruptcy is enacted under federal law, designed to provide immediate relief, and is a real, viable solution for dealing with crippling debt.
If you're struggling with debt, you're not alone. In the last year, roughly 1.5 million families found relief through bankruptcy. These families faced a multitude of challenges, like:
Harassing phone calls
Lawsuits and judgments
Bankruptcy can help. While it may not be the right solution for every situation, it provides the opportunity for a new financial beginning. Instead of the stress of waiting and hoping, you can take action. Filing for bankruptcy will stop all of the actions above and can help you find the financial freedom you thought you would never have again.
It’s important to take the time to understand your bankruptcy options. Call King and King for a free bankruptcy consultation. We will evaluate your situation and give you the facts you need to make an informed decision. Call us for help today 404-524-6400
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